Blog for a network of staff and PhD students working on Central Asia and a place to post seminar listings, announcements, etc
Return to Kabul? Russian Policy in Afghanistan
This article was first published in June 2020 by the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies Executive Summary […]
Russia as Peacebuilder? Russia’s Coercive Mediation Strategy
This article was first published in June 2020 by the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. Executive Summary […]
Internationalisation, intervention and academic freedom: regional division or global solidarity?
Kasia Kaczmarska and John Heathershaw report on two panels at the virtual conference of the British International Studies Association (BISA), […]
Two BISA webinars on internationalisation and fieldwork, 18/19 June 2020
Internationalisation and the challenge to academic freedom: between authoritarian control and the logic of the market 18 June 2020, 12pm […]
The Kazakh Famine and its legacies: a conversation with leading Historians
The University of Exeter Central Asian Network (EXCAS) and the Oxford Society for the Caspian and Central Asia (TOSCCA) are […]
Online Round Table on the tenth anniversary of the 7th April Revolution in Kyrgyzstan
The University of Exeter Central Asian Network (ExCAS) and the Oxford Society for the Caspian and Central Asia (TOSCCA) are […]
China’s Overseas Investments and the Coronavirus Crisis: Towards Benevolence or Profit?
This post originally appeared at https://pandemipolitics.net/uncategorized/owen The last week of March was a big day for economic news. While the […]
Kazakhstan’s domestic unrest: a new age of instability?
Kazakhstan’s recent wave of protests are different and signal that the government must draw up a new social contract with […]
What does the arrest of Patrick George Zaky tell us about the state of academic freedom around the world?
The article appeared first in Security Praxis, 14 February 2020. Nearly four years after the brutal murder of Giulio Regeni, […]
A Tale of Two Recycling Initiatives: State, Society and Waste Management in St Petersburg and Shanghai
This article first appeared on the Foreign Policy Centre website at the following link:https://fpc.org.uk/a-tale-of-two-recycling-initiatives-state-society-and-waste-management-in-st-petersburg-and-shanghai/ Its 7pm on a summery evening […]
Governance and development in Central Asia: challenges and opportunities
Knightly, University of Exeter 22 November, 2019 9am. Arrival /Coffee 9.15am. Welcome to Exeter / Introductions – Professor John Heathershaw […]
A global approach to corruption and anti-corruption
Flip the script: stop seeing corruption as a problem affecting exclusively, or mostly, developing countries, and instead recognise and investigate […]