RCAPS Seminar will be held on October 7th (Wednesday)
End of the Cold War and break-up of the Soviet Union in early 1990s introduced new challenges and actors into the world economic and political arena. Among such is an emergence of the fifteen newly independent states at the territory of the former Soviet Union. The academic interest of the given research concerns Central Asia that incorporates the republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Specifically, scholarship will consider domestic and foreign policies by the above states from 1990s to present; theoretical frameworks, particularly explained by realist and neo-liberal institutionalist approaches; and role that various regional and international institutions and organizations play in the Central Asian politics.
Interested applicants can register on the URL below.