Category Archives for Central Asia

Can Russia Reemerge as a Global Power?

December 9, 2013   Speaking at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Thomas E. Graham, Managing Director at Kissinger Associates, Inc., outlined the major challenges that Russia faces in its quest to reemerge as a global power. For the majority of the 20th … Continue reading

10. December 2013 by Will Houstoun
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The Woodrow Wilson Center: The New Political Landscape of Afghanistan’s Neighborhood After ‘2014’

October 21, 2013 Afghanistan, the Middle East, and Central Asia Post 2014 Moderator: Matthew Rojansky: Director, Kennan Institute Speaker: Dr. Roger Kangas: Academic Dean, National Defense University   Speaking at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC, Dr. Roger Kangas … Continue reading

22. October 2013 by Will Houstoun
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: China’s Eurasia Strategy

September 24, 2013  China’s Eurasia Strategy:Central Asia, Af-Pak, and the Middle East Moderator: Douglas H. Paal- Director, Asia Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Speakers: Pan Guang- Professor of History and Political Scinece, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Sarah Chayes- … Continue reading

25. September 2013 by Will Houstoun
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