Publication Categories

Turkmenistan-NATO: Cooperation Unhindered By Neutrality

Ashgabat’s interaction with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) started in March 1992, shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union, when Turkmenistan, along with other post-Soviet states, joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, which was later re-named the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC). In July 1992, at the Helsinki Summit […]


The Third Quarter Marks the End of Russia’s Expansionary Cycle

The latest statistics by the Federal State Statistics Service of Russia (Rosstat) [1] reveals a deceleration of the real disposable income[1] (RDI) growth. In August of 2018, the RDI growth turned negative for the first time measured in month-to-month terms showing a 0.9% decrease and in September, it reached negative 1.5%. […]


Iran-Pakistan Cooperation in Ensuring Regional Security: the Balochistan Problem

At present, the issues of ensuring and strengthening regional security, as well as intensifying the fight against the threat of terrorism and separatism, remain among the main strategic priorities of many states. In this respect, Iran and Pakistan are no exception. Over the past decades, Tehran and Islamabad have faced […]


Russia’s Recent Military Activity in The Caspian Region

Since the announcement of the decision to relocate the Russian Caspian flotilla from Astrakhan to the new Caspian deep-water seaport in the city of Kaspiysk located 18 kilometers southeast of Makhachkala in Dagestan in April 2018, Russia’s Defense Minister clearly demonstrated its intention to focus on the further strengthening of […]


Energy Security Policies of the Central Asian Countries: Hydrocarbons and Electric Power Sectors

The Central Asian countries’ energy sectors were built during the Soviet period and designed without concern for what are today national borders. The resource sharing mechanism ensured the security of the Central Asian Energy System (CAES)—reliable and stable energy supplies to meet the needs of both the people and the […]


Who is the Main Person at the University?

The main person in the education system, for whom universities are functioning, lectures are being prepared, textbooks and teaching and methodical complexes are being written, the education system is being invested and commercialized, is, of course, a student. However, in the process of managing the system as a whole, conducting […]


Asya Avrupa No: 33

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 33. Sayısına erişmiş bulunuyor. Her zamanki gibi bu sayımızda da, Enstitü uzmanlarımız, Avrasya gündemini yakından ilgilendiren pek çok konuyu dikkatinize […]


The Development of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kazakhstan

It is widely believed that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are very important for economic growth. According to the World Bank, such enterprises contribute up to 45% of total employment and up to 33% of GDP in developing countries. Since the SMEs account for more than 90% of total enterprises […]


Asya Avrupa No: 32

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 32. Sayısına erişmiş bulunuyor. Her zamanki gibi bu sayımızda da, Enstitü uzmanlarımız, Avrasya gündemini yakından ilgilendiren pek çok konuyu dikkatinize […]


The Results of Educatıonal Reforms in Kazakhstan

The social responsibility of education in Kazakhstan, and indeed throughout the world, is becoming increasingly clear and requires taking into account new conditions. The sooner the awareness of the need for transformations comes, the more chances the Kazakh education system will not stand aside from the global progress.   102 […]