DILEMMAS OF COMPATIBILITY: RETHINKING GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL – KAZAKHSTAN RELATIONS

DILEMMAS OF COMPATIBILITY: RETHINKING GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL – KAZAKHSTAN RELATIONS

BY LUCA ANCESCHI
University of Glasgow

WEDNESDAY, 9 APRIL
17:30–18.30 / HALL #1
NEW BUILDING / KIMEP

The 21st century is often presented as the ‘Asian Century’, with media and international observers remarking that Asia is now as interconnected as  globalised as ever before. But there are part of the wider Asian continent that have continued not to interact with each other throughout the post-Soviet era. Come and listed to Central Asia-watcher, Luca Anceschi from University of Glasgow, presenting the reasons behind the failure to launch the partnership between Kazakhstan and the Gulf states.

THE NEW GEOPOLITICS OF EURASIAN RAILWAYS AND THE RISING ROLE OF CENTRAL ASIA: TOWARD A NEW WORLD

THE NEW GEOPOLITICS OF EURASIAN RAILWAYS AND THE RISING ROLE OF CENTRAL ASIA:
TOWARD A NEW WORLD

BY JACOPO PEPE
Free University / Berlin

THURSDAY, 14 NOVEMBER
16:30–17.15 / HALL #2
VALIKHANOV BUILDING / KIMEP