The publication “State Management in Central Asia during the COVID-19 Pandemic ” was developed by Aydar Amrebayev on the basis of the IWPR Representative Office in Central Asia and the regional analytical platform CABAR.asia. (more…)
“Kyrgyzstan has become a hostage of frequent constitutional changes and amendments, and this does not allow the full establishment of the rule of law and constitutionalism in the country,” mentioned Saniya Toktogazieva, a lawyer, an expert on constitutional law, in an article for CABAR.asia.
The third month of 2021 in Central Asia was remembered for the rapid increase in the incidence of coronavirus, the strengthening of quarantine measures, the purchase of vaccines, start of vaccination, the state visits of Sadyr Japarov to neighboring countries, active negotiations on border issues and the detention of bloggers in different countries.
The analytical platform CABAR.asia presents a brief overview of the major events in the region over the past month.
The participant of CABAR.asia School of Analytics Navruz Karimov conducted research on the issue of containment and recycling of waste in Tajikistan. More details are in the following article.
The article examines the consequences of the decision made by the government of Uzbekistan in 1993 to transform the Uzbek language into Latin script, and also analyzes the recent decisions on the accelerated completion of this process.
Nadyrbek Avazbekov, a member of CABAR.asia School of Analysts reveals such aspects of the Kyrgyz-Tajik border disputes as the use of water, pastures, roads, as well as the role of cross-border crime. (more…)
“The upheavals that have taken place in Kyrgyzstan indirectly allow us to speak about the existence of regularities – the desire from democratic transformations, as a rule, slide down to authoritarian encroachments,” mentioned researcher and analyst Konstantin Larionov, in an article written specifically for CABAR.asia.
How did the foreign and Russian mass media cover the events in Kyrgyzstan in January 2021 and what assessment were they given? (more…)
February 2021 in Central Asia will be remembered for the commenced vaccination against coronavirus, active intraregional visits, arrests, some protests, and a relatively stable epidemiological situation. The analytical platform CABAR.asia presents a brief overview of the most significant events in the region over the past month.