Publications by Alumni

Many of the OSCE Academy's Alumni and Students write articles and publish them in the publications of the research institutions, regional and international journals and newspapers. On this webpage we post the works submitted by the authors that are available online.

"Language-in-Education: A Look at Kyrgyz Language Schools in the Badakhstan Province of Tajikistan," co-authoroed by Daniyar Karabaev '09, chapter in a book Language Change in Central Asia, January 2016

"Where Does Afghanistan Fit in China’s Belt and Road?" by y Zabihullah Mudabber '16 EGD, The Diplomat Magazine,

"Afghanistan’s Role in the Central Asia – South Asia Energy Projects," by Zabihullah Mudabber '16 EGD, The Diplomat Magazine, July 2016

"Afghanistan’s Water-Sharing Puzzle," by  Zabihullah Mudabber '16 EGD, The Diplomat Magazine, November 2016

"Telecom Taxes in Afghanistan: A Reliable Source of Revenue or A Seizure," by Zabihullah Mudabber '16 EGD, Central & South Asia Busness,  February 2016

"Situation Assessment of Children and Women in South Sudan, UNICEF South Sudan," by Matthew Naumann '05, 2015

"Afghanistan’s Accession to WTO: A Cost – Benefit Analysis," by  Zabihullah Mudabber '16 EGD, Central & South Asia Busness,  December 2015

"Корпоративная социальная ответственность по-казахстански: госорганы, бизнес и гражданский сектор как ключевые участники построения системного подхода к КСО," Карлыгаш Кабатова '14, Soros.kz, ноябрь 2016

 “Raftan, Raftan: How young Afghans from Herat end up in the Syrian war,” by Said Reza Kazemi '12, Afghanistan Analysts Network, 14 June 2016.

“Afghan Exodus: Maruf’s tale of an emerging transnational community between Herat and Europe,” by Said Reza Kazemi '12, Afghanistan Analysts Network, 22 July 2016

"Radicalization and Violent Extremism in Central Asia and Afghanistan,” by Muhammad Idrees '15, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 41, September 2016

“The Zombies’ Bridge of Kabul,” by Muhammad Idrees '15,  Central and South Asia Business, Oct.27, 2016

"Listening to aid recipients in aid-development debate: Findings from ‘The Listening Project’ and Jerge-Tal village in Kyrgyzstan," by Vassiliy Lakhonin '13, the Journal of Developing Areas, vol. 50, no. 4, pp. 67–80 (Fall 2016)

"Special: Dangerous Preaching: The Role of Religious Leaders in the Rise of Radical Islam in Central Asia," by Nurbek Bekmurzaev '14, The PULS of Central Asia, March 2015

"Turkmenistan: Positive About Being Positively Neutral," by Svetlana Dzardanova '09, The PULS of Central Asia, March 2015

"Russia and the Arctic: an end to cooperation?" by Ekaterina Klimenko '10, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), March 2015

"Sanctions Against Russia: Repercussions on Kazakhstan and Eurasian Economic Union’s viability," by Sergey Marinin' 14, The PULS of Central Asia, March 2015

"Afghanistan's Growing Ethnic And Linguistic Divides: Time To Address Them," by Arwin Rahi '12, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 22, February 2015

"Labour Migration From Central Asia To Russia: Economic And Social Impact On The Societies Of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, And Uzbekistan," by Irina Malyuchenko '13, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 21, February 2015

"Economic Impact Of The Eurasian Economic Union On Central Asia," Gulaikhan Kubayeva '14, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 20, February 2015

"The Effects Of The Ukraine Crisis On Tajikistan," by Uguloy Mukhtorova '13, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 19, January 2015

"Lessons Of The OSCE Police Assistance In Central Asia With A Case Study Of Kyrgyzstan," by Reina Artur kyzy '13, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 18, January 2015

"Going in Circles: The never-ending story of Afghanistan’s unfinished Ring Road," by Qayoom Suroush '13, Afghanistan Analytst Network, January 2015

"Geographical Enclaves of the Ferghana Valley: Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors?" by Rashid Gabdulhakov '13,  Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 14, March 2014

“More bilateral than multilateral effects: The Afghanistan conference in China,” by Said Reza Kazemi '12, November 7,2014

On the Road through Beijing (and Kathmandu): The new Afghan leadership’s attempts to engage with Asia,” by Said Reza Kazemi '12, October 29, 2014

“Will the ‘Heart of Asia’ start beating? A review of the regional co-operation process,” by Said Reza Kazemi '12, August 29, 2014,

 “Memorials and Patrons: How northern Afghan elites try to own history,” by Said Reza Kazemi '12, Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN), July 21, 2014

"Between Co-operation and Insulation: Afghanistan’s Relations with the Central Asian Republics," co-authoroed by Said Reza Kasemi '12 Afghanistan Analysts Network, June 2014

“Afghanistan and the Central Asian states: reflections on the evolving relations after 2014,” by Said Reza Kasemi '12, in ISAF’s withdrawal from Afghanistan – Central Asian perspectives on regional security, eds Johan Norberg and Erika Holmquist, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), pp. 75-84

"Russia's Evolving Arctic Strategy: Drivers, Challenges and New Opportunities," by Ekaterina Klimenko, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) Policy Paper 42, September 2014

"Unconscious Lifecycle Creating Path to Corruption," by Kodir Kuliev '14, IACAlumnus (International Anti-Corruption Academy), Issue 5, pp. 17-18

“The Effects on Tajikistan of Security Developments in Afghanistan since 2001,”  (abstract) by Jafar Usmanov '05, Security and Human Rights Journal, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp. 149 – 158.

Analysis of the Situation of Children and Women in Kazakhstan, by Matthew Newmann '05 UNICEF

“EU Engagement with Turkmenistan,” by Svetlana Dzardanova '09, EUCAM Essays  No. 22, 2013

“Central Asia’s Natural Gas: The Pitfalls of Energy Export Diversification,” by Farkhod Aminjonov '09, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Academy, Central Asia Security Policy Brief 13, August 2013

“Labor Migration – Benefit or Harm?” by Toktobek Omokeev '12, Serep Research Institute

“Leaking Projects: Corruption and Water Management in Kyrgyzstan,” by Natalia Zakharchenko '12, Toktobek Omokeev '12, Kubanychbek Ormushev ’12, Chr. Michelsen Institute: Bergen. U4 Practice Insight no. 2013:3, p. 8

"Why the Durand Line Matters," by Arwin Rahi '12 The Diplomat, February 21, 2014

"Afghanistan’s Transition towards 2014: Implications for Central Asia," by Said Reza Kazemi '12, 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

"Afghanistan and the OSCE," by Said Reza Kazemi '12, Security Community, Issue 3, 2013, p. 37

"Foregrounding Human Security in Afghanistan," by Said Reza Kazemi '12, Security Community, Issue 4, 2013, p. 16

“Over-promising, Under-delivering: The Outcome of the Afghanistan Conference in Kazakhstan,” by Said Reza Kazemi '12, Afghanistan Analysts Network, April 30, 2013

“Afghanistan Conference in Kazakhstan: Will the ‘Heart of Asia’ Start Throbbing?” by Said Reza Kazemi '12Afghanistan Analysts Network, April 25, 2013

 “What Role for the EU in Education and People-to-People Contacts?” by Rashid Gabdulhakov '13,  EUCAM Essays No. 22 - July 2013