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The Risks of Corruption: The Case of Central Asia

Corruption remains one of the main threats for global development as it persists in the majority of countries. It is a major challenge not only for developing states, but also for the advanced ones. Data shows that annual costs of corruption, bribery, theft and tax evasion, and other illicit financial […]


European Union’s Engagement with Kyrgyzstan: A Brief Overview

The European Union (EU) has always been an active actor in the Central Asian region. Since the early independence years, the EU supported the region with its technical assistance (TACIS) and later with its Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI). In 2007, the EU enacted its first Central Asia strategy that defined […]


How to Address the Issue of Skill Gap: The Case of Pakistan

According to the International Labour Organization (2020), global young unemployment (15-24 years) rate is 13.6% globally. The number of youth that are unemployed and do not have an education or professional training, continues to in-crease. It means that the young generation requires an access to education and development of relevant […]


Potential of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership for Asia Pacific

On 15 November 2020, 15 countries of the Asia Pacific region entered into the largest free trade agreement in history, known as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). Envisioned to be the framework for facilitating trade and services, the RCEP aspires to transform the future global trading system by introducing […]


Asya Avrupa No: 57

Hoca Ahmet Yesevi Uluslararası Türk-Kazak Üniversitesi’ne bağlı Avrasya Araştırma Enstitüsü adına sizlere saygılarımızı sunuyoruz. Yeni bir sayı ile karşınızda olmanın memnuniyeti içindeyiz. 2020’nin son aylarını idrak ettiğimiz bu süreçte, 2021 yılının uluslararası arenasında temel gündem maddelerinden belki de en önemlisinin COVID-19 pandemisi ve bunun çok boyutlu etkileri olacağı anlaşılıyor. 2020’nin […]


An Overview of Turkey’s Policy towards the Balkans

The Balkans, which were first used by the Ottomans as a geographical and political concept, are defined as the steep land consisting of forests and mountains. Despite different views on the borders of the Balkans, according to the generally accepted approach, the peninsula, which consists of an area of 1 […]


Kazakhstan’s Trade Relations in the Eurasian Economic Union: Developments in the Automotive Sector

The sanctions imposed on Russia by the European Union (EU) and some western countries due to the annexation of Crimea, alongside with the decline in oil prices in the first years after the establishment of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) coincided with had a negative impact on the EEU.   […]


Recent Developments on the Iranian Nuclear Agreement

Iranian nuclear program began in the 1950s in the framework of the United States of America’s (USA) “Atom for Peace” program. With the 1979 Iranian revolution, USA’s support was halted and Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) continued to develop its nuclear program itself. However, since the Iranian nuclear program was […]


Presidential Election in Moldova: A New Turn to the West

The leader of the Action and Solidarity Party of Moldova Maia Sandu has in the second round of presidential election defeating the incumbent president Igor Dodon, who ran as an independent candidate. Eight candidates representing practically all political parties of Moldova took part in the first round of the election. […]


Artificial Intelligence: Case of Indian Dairy Industry

With the continuous development of science and technology, artificial intelligence transforms the nature of everything that is connected to people’s everyday lives. Artificial intelligence refers to the principle that a machine and technology can perform tasks in a way similar to human brains and solve simple and more complex problems […]