Kyrgyzstan

Energy Emergency in Kyrgyzstan: Causes and Consequences

Relations between Central Asia and the post-Soviet countries of Eastern Europe have largely been developed in the shadow of Russia. Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine have established ties through integration...

Facing the Challenges of Separatism: The EU, Central Asia and the Uyghur Issue

Introduction During 2008, the move to grant Kosovo independence, the Russo-Georgian war and the revival of tensions in Xinjiang and Tibet moved the question of separatism once again to the...

The ‘Food-Energy-Water’ Nexus in Central Asia: Regional Implications of and the International Response to...

Most of the spotlight on Central Asia continues to be on its potential role in guaranteeing Europe’s energy security by helping to diversify its energy supplies. This legitimate although...

The Launch of EU Central Asia Monitoring

Editorial Following the launch of the EU Strategy for Central Asia in 2007, relations with the countries of the region have at last been acknowledged as a priority for Brussels...

The EU Strategy for Central Asia @ One Year

On the 20th of July 2007, the Council of the European Union adopted “The EU and Central Asia: Strategy for a New Partnership”. The Strategy signalled the EU’s ambition...