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External publications

Divided we fall … or rise? Tajikistan–Kyrgyzstan border dilemma

By Anna Matveeva, Cambridge Journal of Eurasian Studies, February 2017.

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Dictators Without Borders

By Alexander Cooley and John Heathershaw, Exeter Central Asian Studies Network, February 2017

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Kyrgyzstan: State Fragility and Radicalisation

By International Crisis Group, briefing No. 83, October 2016

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Uzbekistan: In Transition

By International Crisis Group, briefing No. 82, September 2016

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Kyrgyzstan at Twenty-Five: Treading Water

By Katharine Quinn-Judge, Paul Stronski, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, July 2016

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The EU’s mixed record: Human rights and democracy promotion in the former Soviet Union

By Tinatin Tsertsvadze for The London School of Economics and Political Science Blog, May 2016.

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Preventing the “Islamic State” in Central Asia

By Federal Academy for Security Policy, Security Policy Working Paper, March 2016

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Call for Applications: Central Asia-Azerbaijan Fellowship Program Fall 2016

By Elliott School of International Affairs’ Central Asia Program, George Washington University, March 2016

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Spotlight: Fundamental rights in Turkmenistan

By International Partnership for Human Rights, March 2016

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The EU in Central Asia: The regional context

By Michal Romanowski, European Parliament report, January 2016

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A Perfect Storm in Central Asia

By The Foreign Policy magazine, January 2016

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Tajikistan Early Warning: Internal Pressures, External Threats

By International Crisis Group, Europe and Central Asia Briefing N°78, January 2016

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Kyrgyzstan: An Uncertain Trajectory

By International Crisis Group, Europe and Central Asia Briefing N°76, September 2015

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PhD positions: Call for applications

By research project "Governance in Emerging Economies"

4 PhD positions, starting on 1st January 2016, for a fixed term of 3 years.

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Address torture in EU-Kyrgyzstan Human Rights Dialogue

By International Partnership for Human Rights, May 2015

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Central Asian Analytical Network

By Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University, Central Asia Programme, 2015

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Eurasia’s Potemkin Democracies

By Jos Boonstra, The Diplomat, February 2015

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Syria Calling: Radicalisation in Central Asia

By International Crisis Group, Europe and Central Asia Briefing N°72, January 2015.

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Central Asia: the view from Russia

By Józef Lang and Nicu Popescu, European Union Institute for Security Studies, January 2015.

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Uzbekistan’s Cotton Sector: Financial Flows and Distribution of Resources

By Alisher Ilkhamov & Bakhodyr Muradov, Open Society Foundations, October 2014

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Policy Briefs

Policy Brief

No. 34

Reviewing the EU’s approach to Central Asia

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Working Papers/Reports

Report

No. 19

Implementation and review of the European Union - Central Asia Strategy: Recommendations for EU action

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Commentaries

Commentary

No. 27

Mastering a Façade democracy: elections in Uzbekistan

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Newsletters

Newsletter

No. 16

Discussing human rights with Central Asia is not enough

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