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India-Pakistan Relations amid the Conflict in Kashmir

The air skirmishes in Kashmir, which occurred in mid-February and early March 2019 attracted global attention, as India and Pakistan faced the risk of the incident flaring up into a full-scale war. Even though it is early to speak about the implications of this conflict due to the end of […]


Innovations in China: Capacity for Technology Transfer to Kazakhstan

China as an emerging superpower intensifies its Research & Development (R&D) capabilities day by day. The country’s progress in innovations has become possible through the efficient implementation of the Reforms and Opening Up policy over the last 40 years. The Chinese government attaches great importance to the Science & Engineering […]


Far and Near South Caucasus: Present-Day Georgia-Armenia Relations

On March 13-14, 2019, President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili made an official visit to Armenia [Sputnik-Georgia, 2019]. It should be noted after the change of the Georgian constitution the powers of the president were reduced, therefore, this visit had a symbolic character. For Armenia, the borders of which with Azerbaijan […]


Moldova after Parliamentary Election

On 24 February of 2019, parliamentary elections in the Republic of Moldova were held. The previous parliamentary elections in the Republic of Moldova took place on 30 November 2014. According to the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova, parliamentary elections must be held within three months before the expiration of […]


Asya Avrupa No: 38

Değerli Asya Avrupa okuyucuları, Hoca Ahmet Yesevi Üniversitesi’ne bağlı Avrasya Araştırma Enstitüsü olarak her ay yayınladığımız ve dört dilde (Türkçe, Kazakça, İngilizce, Rusça) içerik barındıran haber analiz dergimiz Asya Avrupa 38. Sayısına erişmiş bulunuyor. Her zamanki gibi bu sayımızda da, Enstitü uzmanlarımız, Avrasya gündemini yakından ilgilendiren pek çok konuyu dikkatinize […]


The Act of Free Will of a Free Man

Many experts believe that in the 21st century, the welfare state and the free market were unable to ensure efficiency and justice in the social sphere, both in relation to people with disabilities and those in need of social support. That is why in many countries of the world, the […]


China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor: Interests of the Parties

On June 24, 2016, during the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit in Tashkent, the presidents of China, Mongolia and Russia agreed on the China-Mongolia- Russia Economic Corridor (CMREC), which is an important project of Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The project aims at realizing joint projects in areas such […]


Digital Agenda of the Eurasian Economic Union

The digitization of economy, or the fourth industrial revolution, has transformed all aspects of life by creating new opportunities that drive innovation and economic growth. According to the research done by Huawei, the world’s digital economy is worth $11.5 trillion, equivalent to 15.5% of the global GDP, which has almost […]


President Mirziyoyev’s Pivot to Central Asian Cooperation: Progress Made over Two Years

Uzbekistan, which shares common borders with all the Central Asian states and Afghanistan, has become a key trendsetter in the region during the past two years. Shavkat Mirziyoyev, who came to power after the death of the country’s first president, Islam Karimov, in August 2016 and won the election in […]


Will Anti-Chinese Sentiment Mar Kyrgyzstan-China Relations?

The anti-Chinese sentiment has increased in Kyrgyzstan lately as three rallies protesting China’s policies were held in Bishkek from December 2018 to February 2019. The first one was held on December 20, 2018, near the Chinese Embassy. About 150 participants demanded to release ethnic Kyrgyz people from the so-called re-education […]