Eurasia Outlook 2018: Economic, Social and Political Perspectives in Eurasia

Since 2015, the Eurasian Research Institute (ERI) has been issuing weekly e-bulletins that contain analytical articles on a wide range of topics related to political, economic and social developments in the Eurasian space, as well as the news block that covers recent activities in the region. As demonstrated by the positive feedback we continue to receive from our readers, the timely and unbiased analyses written by ERI experts and, occasionally, by external contributors are appreciated by politicians, officials, subject matter specialists, researchers and students from Turkey, Kazakhstan and other Eurasian countries. It is gratifying to know that the knowledge generated by the ERI contributes not only to academic research in the field of Eurasian studies but also serves as the basis to support a decision-making process on pressing issues facing the countries of Eurasia.

Assessment of Pre-Electoral Environment in Moldova

In November 2020, Moldova will hold presidential elections, which already heats the general political situation in the country. However, in many terms the pre-electoral political activity had already intensified in 2019. It is interesting to note that the last year has been characterized by drastic changes in the political landscape of the country.

The Role of Globalization in Facilitating Inclusive Education in Kazakhstan

This paper seeks to answer the central inquiry question: what is role of globalization on facilitating inclusive education in Kazakhstan? This exam paper aims to explore how the globalization process brought the notion of inclusive education to Kazakhstan and further on how global forces shaped/modeled it.

Development of Hydropower Sector and its Impact on Energy-Environment Nexus In Central Asia

his research project is a combination of a comprehensive desk study and a field research on the environment and energy nexus in Central Asia. This final report seeks to produce rec- ommendations based on experiences and needs of the people of the region, supported by a fieldwork and in cooperation with the partners from inside the region

Asya Avrupa / Азия Еуропа

In this month; DIRECTOR OF THE UNESCO CLUSTER OFFICE IN ALMATY AND UNESCO REPRESENTATIVE TO KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZSTAN AND TAJIKISTAN, KRISTA PIKKAT. I joined UNESCO through the Young Professionals Programme in 1997 and have worked for the organization since. I started at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris and for 15 years worked in different services from programme, external relations and strategic planning to the Office of the Director-General.

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