Alumni Publications in 2017

"Civil society activism, youth and the state in Central Asia: comparing Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan," by Svetlana Dzardanova '09, INTRAC Newsletter, August 2017

"Helsinki’s counterintuitive effect? OSCE/ODIHR’s election observation missions and solidification of virtual democracy in post-communist Central Asia: the case of Tajikistan, 2000–2013" co-authored  by Uguloy Mukhtorova '13 (with Payam Foroughi), Central Asian Survey
Volume 36, 2017 - Issue 3: The Helsinki Final Act Four Decades On: Critical Reflections on the OSCE in Eurasia

Fellowship Monograph 10: "New Research Division Publication - Central Asia and NATO against a Backdrop of Changing Geopolitical Realities," by Uguloy Mukhtorova, 2017

 "Female Heroes in a Man’s World: The Construction of Female Heroes in Kyrgyzstan’s Symbolic Nation-building," co-authoroed by Helge Blakkisrud and Nuraida Abdykapar kyzy '13, Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 25: 2, Spring 2017

Chaper "Governance of Development Banks under Uncertainty," by Tamilla Tageeva '10, in the book called "Public Banks in the Age of Financialization" edited by Christoph Scherrer. Publisher: Edward Elgar, year: 2017

The Afghan State: Internal Colonization, Ethnic Hegemony and Resistance," by Javeed Ahwar '11, SSRN, May 2017

Chapter 'Global Familyhood and Global Family Communication: Cases from Afghanistan’, by Said Reza Kasemi '12 in S. Roche (ed.) The Family in Central Asia: New Perspectives, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz, 216–241, 2017.

 

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