Episode X Strategic Autonomy
In this tenth episode, hosts Yelena Kilina (EUCAM communications associate) and Jos Boonstra (EUCAM coordinator at the Centre for European Security Studies) meet with Nargis Kassenova who is a senior fellow and director of the Program on Central Asia at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Harvard University). Together they discuss the concept of strategic autonomy and how this might apply to Central Asia as a region. Nargis Kassenova argues that Central Asia could draw inspiration from the European Union while the later supports Central Asian regional cooperation efforts. The chat is based on a paper published at a new think tank in Kazakhstan – CAPS Unlock.
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