16th Biennial Conference of ESCAS at Exeter

Announcing the 16th Biennial Conference of the European Society for Central Asian Studies The European Society for Central Asian Studies (ESCAS) is […]

Political Exiles, Transnational Repression and Global Authoritarianism in Eurasia and Beyond

Monday, May 7, 2018 The Harriman Institute at Columbia University Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies 1512 International Affairs Building […]

How Postcolonial is Post-Western IR? Understanding the International Politics of Russia and Central Asia

Scholars of International Relations have called for the creation of a post-Western IR that reflects the global and local contexts […]

Closing the Door: The challenge facing activists from the former Soviet Union seeking asylum or refuge

Foreign Policy Centre (FPC) event at the House of Commons

Date: Monday December 4th 2017 Time: 6pm–7.30pm Venue: Committee Room 5, House of Commons, London, SW1 0AA Speakers: Claire Rimmer […]

Workshop ‘Academic Freedom and Production of Knowledge in the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia Today’

Saturday 28 October 10 am-4.30 pm Venue: Lecture Theatre 1-2, IAIS, University of Exeter The aim of the workshop is […]

Migrant Rights and Migrant Hope (21 March)

‘Migrant rights and migrant hope: Amnesty International’s work in Central Asia’, 21 March, 17:30-18:30, Building One, Constantine Levantis Teaching Room. […]

CfP: Workshop on Rising Powers and State Transformation (London, November 2017)

Papers on Central Asia are encouraged. Funding is provided for successful applicants. —John Heathershaw The impact of “rising powers”, mostly […]

Edil Baisalov speaks at Exeter on 1 February

Edil Baisalov, Kyrgyz Political Activist A Conversation about Islamic Radicalization in Central Asia 2.00-3.00pm, Wednesday 1 February Amory 142, University […]

Event Report: Completion of Rising Powers and Conflict Management in Central Asia project (London, 13-14 July 2016)

On 13-14 July, 2016, we held closing events in London for the ESRC research project ‘Rising Powers and Conflict Management […]

No shelter: the harassment of activists abroad by intelligence services from the former Soviet Union

John Heathershaw speaks at Houses of Parliament on Central Asian Political Exiles databas

Online: FPC.org.uk Date: Tuesday November 22nd 2016 Time: 6.00pm-7.30pm Venue: Thatcher Room, Portcullis House, Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London Speakers: […]

Exeter-Newcastle Postgraduate Workshop on Central Asia 2017

Call for Papers open until Dec 16

Call for Papers Annual Navro’z / Nawruz Postgraduate Workshop on Central Asia Asian Studies Research Group, Newcastle University Contemporary Spaces […]

Call for papers: Annual Nawruz Postgraduate Workshop on Central Asia: Spaces of Central Asia

The Department of Politics at the University of Exeter will host the Annual Nawruz Postgraduate Workshop on March 18 – […]