Political rights, financial liberties and Rahmon’s In-tray: Tajikistan after the 2013 presidential election

The re-election of President Rahmon, who has now been at the helm of government in Tajikistan for 21 years, to […]

Atambaev’s big bid to centralise power

Details are starting to emerge of some of the ‘substance’ behind the charges against Keldibekov, Omurkulov and others: В отношении […]

Chatham House Workshop: Conflict Management in Central Asia

First workshop for the ESRC Research project, Rising Powers and Conflict Management in Central Asia, 10 September 2013, at Chatham House: […]

First speaker of 2013/14

‘The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and Kyrgyzstan’s  crisis of 2010’ Dr Stuart Horsman, Principal Research Analyst, Foreign […]

Why is there so much construction in Central Asia’s capitals?

The Khan Shatyr shopping centre in Astana; Dushanbe’s “world’s largest” flagpole; yet another new apartment building in Bishkek   By […]

Final events of Spring Term 2013 in Exeter and Newcastle

Weds March 20th, 15.00-16.30 Kolade Teaching Room, Business School, Dr Yang Cheng, Associate Professor of International Relations, East China Normal […]

Project launch: Rising Powers and Conflict Management

1.30-5.00pm Wednesday 13 March, 2013 University of Exeter, Amory 315 1.30-2.00pm.      John Heathershaw & Ivan Campbell, Welcome and introduction to […]

Central Asia’s Hidden Offshore Ties — The Politics of Money-laundering and Virtual State-Building

Date & time: April 2, 9am-1pm, Venue: 1501 International Affairs Building, Harriman Institute, Columbia University Description: For the first two […]

Exeter Central Asian Studies Seminar: Spring Term 2013

Please contact John Heathershaw for more information: j.d.heathershaw@ex.ac.uk 23 Jan 1.30-3.00pm, Amory 239C, Prof. Sally Cummings, University of St Andrews, […]

Third annual Nooruz postgraduate Workshop — Newcastle 2013

Thursday 21st – Friday 22nd March Newcastle University School of Geography, Politics and Sociology / School of Modern Languages, Seminar […]

Visit of HM Ambassador to Tajikistan, Robin Ord-Smith

DECEMBER 2012 7 Dec, VISIT OF HM AMBASSADOR TO TAJIKISTAN The British Ambassador will be at Exeter on 7 December to […]

Exeter Central Asian Studies events in Autumn 2012

3 Oct, 3.00-4.30pm:   John Heathershaw, University of Exeter, “Power without movement: explaining the organisation and success of local interest protests […]