Alumni Publications in 2021

1. "State Regulation of Organized Civil Society in Hybrid Regimes: A Systematic Assessment of Cross-National Variations in the Regulation of Civil Society Organizations in Seven Post-Soviet Countries", by Serik Beimenbetov'05, Ferdinand Schöningh 8(2). 120-149, 2021.

2. "Disabling Public Discontent: The 2021 Parliamentary Elections in Kazakhstan", Serik Beimenbetov'05, CAP Papers, February 05, 2021.

3. "Scaling Innovative Elements of a Preschool Education Project in Kyrgyzstan", by Januyl Bokonbaeva'05, Nazira Dusheeva, Aleksander Ivanov, and Julia Levin, KIX EAP: Learning Cycle Case Study, 2021.

4. "The broken promises of development in Tajikistan", by Shoira Olimova'11, Foreign Policy Center, May 17, 2021. 

5. "Pathways to a more peaceful and sustainable world: The transformative power of children in families",  by Nurlan Choibekov'12 et al, UNICEF, May, 2012. 

6. "Civil Society and COVID-19 Crisis Management in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan", by Azizjon Berdiqulov'13, Muslimbek Buriev'17, and Sergey Marinin'14, Institut für Europäische Politik: Policy Paper, July 6, 2021.

7. "Does receiving a cash grant improve individual earnings in a war- torn country? Evidence from a randomized experiment in Afghanistan", by Fatima Kashefi'14 and H. Naito,  peer review, 2021. 

8. "The Impact of Climate Change on the Dynamics of Conflicts in the Transboundary River Basins of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan", by Aliaskar Adylov'14 et al, International Alert: Policy Brief, 2021. 

9. “The Nexus between Regime Security, Nationalism and Democracy in Post-Communist Turkmenistan and Tajikistan.”, by Arzuu Sheranova'15, The Uppsala Yearbook of Eurasian Studies (3). 320-340, April 7, 2021.

10. "Political invention of the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan", by Arzuu Sheranova'15, Kulturní studia (17). 66-81, February, 2021.

11. “Governing, but not Producing Security? Internationalised Community Security Practices in Kyrgyzstan.”, by Arzuu Sheranova'15 and Lottholtz P., International Quarterly for Asian Studies 52(1-2). 55-77, 2021.

12. “Koryo Saram: Post-Soviet Koreans’ Identity as Low-Skilled Workers in South Korea”, by Albina Yun'15, Central Asia Program Online Papers, January 19, 2022. 

13. "Koryo Saram Ethnic Labor Migration to South Korea Through the Prism of Foucault Biopolitics" [Etnicheskaya trudovaya migraciya Kore Saram cherez prizmu biopolitiki Fuko], by Albina Yun'15, Central Asian Analytical Network, January 18, 2022.

14. “Documentary Center in Tashkent Documents Untold Stories and Unfurls Symbolic Meanings.”, by Albina Yun'15, Voices On Central Asia, December 17, 2021. 

15. “Lockdown (dis)connect”, by Ilmiaminova Madinahon'17 and Rashid Gabdulhakov'13, EUCAM Watch, July, 2021.

16. "Study on Corruption within the Public Procurement System in Kyrgyzstan", by Kasiet Ysmanova'17, Central Asia Barometer, December 06, 2021. 

17. "United Central Asia. Obstacles, Opportunities, Prospects. Summary Report", by Kasiet Ysmanova'17, Central Asia Barometer, November 24, 2021. 

18. "Funding flows for climate change research on Africa: where do they come from and where do they go?", by Overland, Indra, Haakon Fossum Sagbakken, Aidai Isataeva'18, Galina Kolodzinskaia'17, Nicholas Philip Simpson, Christopher Trisos, and Roman Vakulchuk, Climate and Development, 1-20, 2021. 

19.  "Analysis of I-DESI dimensions of the digital economy development of the Russian Federation and EU-28  using multivariate statistics." [Analiz izmereniy I-DESI razvitiya cifrovoi ekonomiki v Rossiyskoi Federacii i EC-28 s ispolzovaniyem mnogomernoi statistiki], by Madina Tokmergenova'18,  Zoltán Bánhidi, Imre Dobos, St Petersburg University Journal of Economic Studies 37 (2). 189–204, September 13, 2021. 

20. “Russia’s Place Vis-à-Vis the EU28 Countries in Digital Development: A Ranking Using DEA-Type Composite Indicators and the TOPSIS Method.”, by by Madina Tokmergenova'18,  Zoltán Bánhidi, Imre Dobos, Digitalization, Digital Transformation and Sustainability in the Global Economy: Risks and Opportunities. Cham, Switzerland : Springer International Publishing, 135-146, July 28, 2021. 

21. “Shrinking Civic Space for Human Rights Defenders in Afghanistan Following the U.S. Military Drawdown in 2014.”, by Abdul Rahman Yasa'18, Journal of Strategic Security 14(3). 1–27, 2021.

22. “From Security Sector Reform to Endemic Corruption: The Case of Afghanistan.”, by Abdul Rahman Yasa'18, Journal of Strategic Security 13 (3). 99–119, 2020.

23. "Human Rights Situation In Afgahnistan: 4 Reasons Why Taliban Should not Be Recognized (Op-ed)", by Abdul Rahman Yasa'18, The Pacific Council Magazine, October 19, 2021.

24. "Shrinking Civic Space for Human Rights Defenders in Afghanistan", by Abdul Rahman Yasa'18, South Asia Collective, 1-29, November, 2020. 

25. "Review of The Sociology of Central Asian Youth: Choice, Restraint, Risk by Mohd Aslam Bhat", by Niginakhon Uralova'18, Acta Via Serica 6(2). 147-149, December, 2021.  

26. "Perspectives | Uzbekistan’s Islamic revival opens door to divorce by mistake", by Niginakhon Uralova'18, Eurasianet, July, 2021.

27. "Uzbeks Behind Borders: Improving Connections?", by Niginakhon Uralova'18, CabarAsia, May 26, 2021.

28. "Ignored victims of pandemic: addressing gender-based violence in Uzbekistan", Gulnoza Akhmedova'19, OSCE Academy, 2021.

29. “Facilitators of Societal Change? Exploring Educated-abroad Youth’s Potential to Advance Gender Equality in Turkmenistan Through Civic Activism”, by Rustam Muhamedov'19, CAP, October 27, 2021.

30. "Turkmenistan-Russia: the Breakthroughs and Limits of Cooperation", by Rustam Muhamedov'19, CABAR - Central Asian Bureau for Analytical Reporting, June 10, 2021.

31. "Turkmenistan’s Digital Education System and COVID-19: Still Waiting for Change", by Rustam Muhamedov'19, CABAR - Central Asian Bureau for Analytical Reporting, December 10, 2020.

32. "Serdar Berdimuhamedov and Turkmenistan’s Digital Transformation", by Rustam Muhamedov'19, The Diplomat, July 20, 2021.

33. "Explaining the Evolution of Turkmenistan’s Assembly Bodies", by Rustam Muhamedov'19, The Diplomat, May 05, 2021.

34. "Turkmenistan’s Digitalization Strategy: Old Practices, New Façade?", by Rustam Muhamedov'19, in Digital Silk Road in Central Asia: Present and Future, 85-91, June 2021.

35. "China and the OSCE’s Security Identity Crisis", by Rustam Muhamedov'19 and Anja Mihr. SpringerLink, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 77-95.

36. "Youth & Good Environmental Governance: The OSCE Role in Strengthening Youth Involvement on Environmental Policy",  by Nato Beridze, Mario Ghioldi, Diyor Keldiyorov'20, Irena Marunović, Mihaela Claudia Pop, Perspective 20-30, 2021.

37. "The Role Of Small Medium-Sized Enterprises In Economic Growth Of Afghanistan Challenges And Opportunities",  Sayed Nasratullah Musswy'20, Afghanistan Science Academy, December 29, 2021.

38. "Gender Difference in Households’ Expenditure on Higher Education: Evidence from Mongolia",  by Tansaya Khajikhan'20, SpringerLink, August 06, 2021.

39. "Artificial Intelligence-based SMS Voting in Afghanistan: Past and Future Prospects", by Wasal Naser Faqiryar'20, Social Science Open Access Repository, 2022. 

40. "Lessons Learned From The Intra-Afghan Peace Negotiations Of The 1980s And 1990s",  by Mir Ahmad Daimirian'20, Heart of Asia Society, April 2021.

41. "Reluctant Reentrance? Russia and Afghanistan post 2021", by Rajab Taieb'20, Alamuddin Rizwan, Maryam Jami, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2021.

42. "A change in policy or inevitability? Afghanistan and Central Asia’s relationship after NATO’s withdrawal", by Rajab Taieb'20, Maryam Jami, Alamuddin Rizwan, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2021.

43. "Security Sector Reform For Peace: A Roadmap to Economization, Fiscal Sustainability and Restructuring of the Afghan Security Forces Post Peace Settlement", by Tamim Asey, Mohammad Erfani, Esmatullah Ahmadi, Saleh Jahesh, Alamuddin Rizwan, Rajab Taieb'20, The Institute of War and Peace Studies, July, 2021. 

44. “Kazakhstan in World War II: Authors and Publishers of Post-1991 History Textbooks.”, by Berikbol Dukeyev'13, Central Asian Affairs 8 (3). 251-272, 2021. (Peer-reviewed).

45. "Do Kazakhstanis care about their kin in Xinjiang?", by Berikbol Dukeyev'13, Open Democracy, June 7, 2021 (Analysis).

46. "Toward the Achievemnt of Prioritised Sustainable Development  Goals in Oic Countries", by Davron Ishnazarov'13, Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries, 2019. 

47. "Statistical Yearbook on OIC Member Countries 2020", by Davron Ishnazarov'13, Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries, 2021.

48. "OIC Statistical Outlook 2021: Cost of Natural Disasters in OIC Member Countries", Davron Ishnazarov'13, Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries, October 18, 2021. 

49. "OIC Statistical Outlook 2021: Trade in COVID-19 Medical Supplies in OIC Countries", Davron Ishnazarov'13, Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries, 2021.

50. "Inefficient Formal State Institutions as Determinants of an Unconsolidated Democratic Regime in Kyrgyzstan". [Neeffektivnye formal'nye gosudarstvennye instituty kak determinanty nekonsolidirovannogo demokraticheskogo regima v Kyrgyzstane], by Nadezhda Tatkalo'14, Herald of KRSU 21, 11. 176-181, 2021. 

51. "Forms of Islamic Religiosity Objectification in  Kyrgyzstan and Islamization of Radicalism: Whether There Is a Causal Link". [Formy ob'ektivatsii islamskoi religioznosti v Kyrgyzstane i islamizatsia radikalizma: est' li kauzal'naya  svyaz'], by Nadezhda Tatkalo'14, Herald of KRSU 21, 7. 175-180, 2021.

52. "Determining the Optimal Dynamic credit card limit", by Juan Licari, Olga Loiseau-Aslanidi, Vera Tolstova, Masood Sadat'14, Moody's Analytics, 2021. 

53. "I Agree to The Terms and Conditions: Negotiating Privacy Online in Central Asia", by Malika Toqmadi'12 and Natalia Zakharchenko'12, JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government, 13(1). 71–100, 2021.

54. "Border Issues and their International Importance: a view from Kyrgyzstan", by Chyngyz Israiilov'20, Cabar Asia, May 10, 2021. 

55. “I saw it on the Internet!” COVID-19 Narratives across Online Milieux of Uzbek Labour Migrants in Russia.", by Rashid Gabdulhakov'13, OSCE Academy Paper Series, 9. 2022.

56. "Are some pigs more equal than others?", by Rashid Gabdulhakov, Media control and citizen-critical publics in Russia. Media and Communication 9(4), 62-72. 2021.

57. "Covidiots as global acceleration of local surveillance practices", by Rashid Gabdulhakov'13, Daniel Trottier, Qian Huang, Surveillance & Society 19(1). 109-113, 2021.  

58. "The Transformation of Food Culture on the Case of Kyrgyz Nomads—A Historical Overview", by Aiperi Otunchieva'21, Jorobek Borbodoev, Angelika Ploeger, Sustainability 13, 8371. 2021. 

59. "Dietary Quality of Women of Reproductive Age in Low-Income Settings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Kyrgyzstan", by Aiperi Otunchieva'21, Angelika Ploeger, Jamila Smanalieva, Nutrients 14, 289. 2022.

60. "Crown "Tilla Kash" (Kyrgyzstan)", by Mingul Seitkazieva'07, Cabinet, 2021. 





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