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Alumni Publications 2013-2014

06.03.2014

In the Alumni Survey 2014 the OSCE Academy’s graduates listed a number of achievements, including upgraded position and job promotions, increase in salary and publication. Below is the list of publications by alumni in 2013- beginning 2014:

Akmaljon Abdullayev '05 - “The Prospects of Securitization of Illicit Drug Trafficking in Central Asia,” in O.F. Tanrisever Ed., Afghanistan and Central Asia: NATO’s role in regional security since 9/11, IOS Press, 2013. Netherlands pp. 59-71

Jafar Usmanov'05 – “The Effects on Tajikistan of Security Developments in Afghanistan since 2001,”  Security and Human Rights Journal, Volume 24, Issue 2, pages 149 – 158. The abstract is available at: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/18750230-02402006

Nuria Kutnaeva'05 ? The Complexities of Central Asian Cyber Security // per Concordiam Journal of European Security and Defense Issues, Volume 5 Number 2, June 2014

? Nuclear-weapon-free zone in Northern Europe: Ideas and Reality [continued], in:  Contemporary Europe [Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences]. Moscow, N. 1, 2014. P. 63-71

? Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones in the structure of the International Nonproliferation Regime, in: Ural Federal University Journal, Series 3: Social and Political Sciences. No. 4 (121), 2013, P. 73-88

? Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone Treaty in Latin America and the Caribbean, in: Latin America [Latin American Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow]. No. 12, 2013. P. 30-44

? Political Aspects of the Central Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone’s Formation, in: International Relations in ХХ–ХХI Centuries. Proceedings of the International conference in the framework of the First Chempalov’s Readings. October, 30–31 2013. Yekaterinburg: Ural Federal University, 2013. P. 291-296

? Problems and Perspectives of the Development of the Central Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone. Bishkek, 2013. 200 pages

? Nuclear-free zones as a tool of the international nuclear nonproliferation regime, in: Bulletin of the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University. Bishkek, 2013. Vol. 13. No 6. P. 97-101

? Nuclear Facilities and Ecological Consequences of the Military Nuclear Program of the USSR in the Central Asian States, in: Rocket and Nuclear Proliferation: Challenges of the XXI century. Novosibirsk: Novosibirsk State Technical University, 2013. P. 92-108.
? Nuclear-weapon-free zone in Northern Europe: Ideas and Reality, in:  Contemporary Europe [Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences]. Moscow, 2013. No 3. P. 41-52

Matthew Newmann '05 - Analysis of the situation of children and women in Kazakhstan http://www.unicef.kz/en/news/item/572/
Rustam Karimov '05 - "Education in Scouting of Tajikistan" journal article: Study in Russia, 11, 2013 "Sodrujestvo"

Irina Wolf '06 - "Do good and talk about it. Engagement of volunteers in ASB 2013." http://www.asb.de/fileadmin/pdf/Mitmachen_Helfen/ASB-Studie_Tue_Gutes_und_sprich_darueber_Freiwilliges_Engagement_im_ASB_2013.pdf

Khurshed Rakhimov '07 – “The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Fight against Terrorism in and around Central Asia,”  NATO Science for Peace and Security Series - E: Human and Societal Dynamics, Volume 106: Afghanistan and Central Asia: NATO's Role in Regional Security since 9/11. pp. 215-229

Svetlana Dzardanova '09 – “EU engagement with Turkmenistan,”  EUCAM Essays  No. 22 - July 2013  http://www.fride.org/download/EUCAM_Essays.pdf

Farkhod Aminjonov'09 – “Central Asia’s Natural Gas: The Pitfalls of Energy Export Diversification,”  Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 13, http://osce-academy.net/upload/Policy_briefs/Policy_Brief_13.pdf

Toktobek Omokeev '12 -  “Labor migration – benefit or harm?” (Kyrgyzstan-2011) http://serep.kg/index.php/publications/labour-migration-usefulness-damage

Co-author: “Chemical Castration in Kyrgyzstan”, (Kyrgyzstan-2013) http://freedomhouse.kg/en/newsletters/138-chemical-castration-in-kyrgyzstan

Natalia Zakharchenko '12Toktobek Omokeev '12, Kubanychbek Ormushev ’12 - “Leaking Projects: Corruption and Water Management in Kyrgyzstan”. 2013. Chr. Michelsen Institute: Bergen. U4 Practice Insight no. 2013:3, 8 p. Available at: http://www.u4.no/publications/leaking-projects-corruption-and-local-water-management-in-kyrgyzstan

Arwin Rahi '12 - "Why the Durand Line Matters," The Diplomat, February 21, 2014, http://thediplomat.com/2014/02/why-the-durand-line-matters/

Said Reza Kazemi '12 - ‘Afghanistan’s Transition towards 2014: Implications for Central Asia’, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 12, June 2013, http://osce-acaemy.net/upload/Policy_briefs/Policy_Brief_12.pdf

‘Afghanistan and the OSCE’, Security Community, Issue 3, 2013, p. 37, http://www.osce.org/files/documents/9/b/105058.pdf

‘Foregrounding human security in Afghanistan’, Security Community, Issue 4, 2013, p. 16, http://www.osce.org/files/documents/a/3/109152.pdf

“Over-promising, Under-delivering: The Outcome of the Afghanistan Conference in Kazakhstan,” April 30, 2013, http://www.afghanistan-analysts.org/over-promising-under-delivering-the-outcome-of-the-afghanistan-conference-in-kazakhstan

“Afghanistan Conference in Kazakhstan: Will the ‘Heart of Asia’ Start Throbbing?” April 25, 2013, http://www.afghanistan-analysts.org/afghanistan-conference-in-kazakhstan-will-the-heart-of-asia-start-throbbing

Nurlan Choibekov '12 - Академия Государственного Управления при Президенте Кыргызской Республике  ВЕСТНИК №18 стр.136-141  2013 год

Rashid Gabdulhakov '13 – “What role for the EU in education and people-to-people contacts?”  EUCAM Essays No. 22 - July 2013, http://www.fride.org/download/EUCAM_Essays.pdf

Irina Malyuchenko '13 – “Uncertainty of power succession in Kazakhstan and its implications for China and Russia.” China Policy Institute Blog, The University of Nottingham, England, 18 January 2013

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