Policy Paper

GCRF COMPASS Policy paper, Facilitating Cooperation in a World of Uncertainty

EU Strategy report

The European Union’s Strategy for Central Asia 2020 – 2027: A Review of Past Achievements and Recommendations for the Next Stage

Policy Briefs

Revisiting the EU’s approach to Central Asia: pathways for developing ‘cooperative orders’ in a wider Eurasia – EU strategy for CA

Valiyev, A. (2019) Ten Years of Eastern Partnership in Azerbaijan: Time to Take Serious Steps, NYU Jordan Russian Centre

Valiyev, A. (2019) ‘Azerbaijan Through the Prism of BRI: China’s Mounting Interests and Influence in the Region’, Policy paper 621, PONARS Eurasia, October.

Turarbekova, R. (2019) Youtube video

Turarbekova, R. (2019) “30 years of ‘the end of history’? Discussion continues”, 2 September, Nashe Mnenie, available here

Turarbekova, R. (2019) “Kazakhstan: from technical to political transit”, 12 September, Nashe Mnenie, available here

Turarbekova, R (2019) “Belarus integration processes: a personal view”, BELARUS 24 TV channel

Turarbekova, R. (2019) “Building a nation state in Central Asia: the case of Kyrgyzstan”, Nashe Mnenie, 12 August [in Russian]

Turarbekova, R. (2019) “Why Belarus is interested in Uzbekistan”, Natisonalnaya Gazeta, 9 August [in Russian]

Kruessmann, T. (2019), ‘Tiptoeing around the Two Elephants in the Room: assessing the EU’s new Central Asia strategy’ , EUROPP LSE blog, June

Korosteleva, E. and F. Bossuyt (2019) ‘The EU and Central Asia: New Opportunities or “the Same Old Song”?’, LSE IDEAS Dahrendorf Forum Debating Europe, 18 June

Turarbekova, R. (2019) “What do we know about the new President of Kazakhstan?Narodnaya Gazeta, 14 June [in Russian]

Turarbekova, R. (2019) “”Transit in a Kazakh way: hybridisation of authoritarianism”, Nashe Mnenie, 11 June [in Russian]

Turarbekova, R. (2019) “Integration as a means of adaptation and construction of international relations: the case of Central Asia”, Nashe Mnenie, 24 May [In Russian]

Korosteleva, E. (2019) ‘A Comedian, a President, and a Prime Minister: The 2019 presidential election in Ukraine’, LSE IDEAS Dahrendorf Forum ‘Debating Europe’, 17 April 2019

Zachary Paikin, ‘Russia’s Pivot to the East: Where does it leave the EU?’ Commentary, ECFR, 21 February 2019