Researchers at Risk: The Detention of Alex Sodiqov

A global discussion taking place June 26- July 1. 2014 Join the London Discussion: Friday, June 27 (12pm-1pm) SOAS, Khalili […]

Academic organizations with 4,500 members express their support for Alexander Sodiqov

Monday, June 23, 2014  STATEMENT CONCERNING THE DETENTION OF ACADEMIC RESEARCHER ALEXANDER SODIQOV  On behalf of the 4,300 constituent members […]

EVENT: Researchers at Risk in Central Asia: the Detention of Alexander Sodiqov – 27 June

Researchers at Risk in Central Asia: the Detention of Alexander Sodiqov A Global Discussion 27 June 2014   University of […]

Write to your MP about Alexander Sodiqov

Please support the release of Alexander Sodiqov, a researcher of the University of Exeter, held incommunicado and charged with Treason […]

PHD student arrested, held incommunicado: Alex Sodiqov

Tajikistani national Alexander Sodiqov, who has permanent residency in Canada, was arrested on 16 June in eastern Tajikistan while conducting academic […]

Camelflage — Tajik President Emomali Rahmon and James Fabiani Hide Expensive Washington Lobbying Secrets

This is a re-post. The original article can be found here. Not every despotic and corrupt ruler of a former […]

Kyrgyzstan – the Forgotten Football Federation

This is a re-post. The original article was published on 20 October 2013 on the Futbolgrad website. On Tuesday 15th […]

Hidden Central Asia, Offshore Finance and Transnational Corruption

US airbase, Manas, Kyrgyzstan The original version of this article can be found in Perspectives on Central Asia, a quarterly […]

Shelter from the Storm? A new report on the asylum, refuge and extradition situation in Central Asia

On 29 April, EXCAS member Dr David Lewis spoke at an event called “Shelter from the storm?” hosted by the […]

Myth or Reality? Tajik Fighters in Syria

During the conflict in the Rasht Valley between 2009 and 2011, the Tajik government frequently voiced concerns over the infiltration […]

Dictators without borders

Central Asian dictators close down the space for domestic political opposition. But politics is still present, only it has moved […]

Tom Mayne (Global Witness) to speak on Central Asian corruption

Corruption in Central Asia: Can the extractive industries’ transparency initiative help? Friday 2 May, 11am-1pm, Queen’s Building LT7,1+2 Tom Mayne, Global […]