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A New Era of Accessibility: How the Internet is Helping Disabled Kyrgyz Citizens Bridge Barriers, and their Ideas Cross Borders

Gunner Bauer, a recent graduate of Lawrence University, explores how the internet has benefitted disabled Kyrgyz citizens …

Cross-Border Connections: Nuclear Agency in late Soviet Kazakhstan 

Rebecca Hawkins, a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, discusses her research on nuclear agency in late Soviet Kazakhstan …

Eco-Diplomacy in Central Asia

Alex Soshin, an undergraduate student studying History and Russian at the University of Glasgow, discusses eco-diplomacy in Central Asia …

Growing Activity of Russia and the EU in Kazakhstan Could Lead to Economic Conflict by 2030 

Eldaniz Gusseinov analyses the growing possibility of economic conflict between Russia and the EU in Kazakhstan …

The Necessity of Both National and Denational Approaches to Central Asian Studies

Emma Larson, Master’s candidate at the Harriman Institute of Columbia University, evaluates the relative value of national and denational approaches …

Unity and Division: Linguistic and Cultural Borders in Bukhara 

Sam Colvine, undergraduate at the University of Cambridge, analyses the multilingual environment of Bukhara, Uzbekistan …

What role can Britain play in Central Asia?

Peter Molloy, undergraduate in Modern Languages at the University of Cambridge, discusses Britain’s potential to play a positive role in …

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