«Scientific collaboration at the regional level is essential to study and solve many problems in Central Asia. Currently, collaborative work is done in few areas only», – notes Kazakhstan-based researcher Kairat Moldashev in his special article for CABAR.asia.
«Despite the active government support, significant problems still remain in Kazakh agriculture», – notes Kazakh researcher Nailya Almukhamedova in her article, specifically written for analytical platform CABAR.asia.
«At this stage, the promotion of psychological safety in schools is more responsive than proactive», – notes Daniyar Mukambetov, independent expert, in his special article for CABAR.asia.
«Diasporas want to help, but they face many obstacles, so far the state builds its policy towards diasporas mainly in the framework of measures to support the loyalty of the authorities», – notes a political analyst Muslim Buriev, participant of CABAR.asia School of Analytics, in his article written specifically for the analytical platform CABAR.asia.
«Equal access for all social groups to quality pre-school and primary education is the key to sustainable development, both for the individual and society as a whole», – notes Meruert Seidumanova, independent researcher from Kazakhstan, in her special article for CABAR.asia.
«One of the key problems of state-sponsored urban projects in Uzbekistan is that there is little understanding of the relevance of the projects for the population», – notes Dilmira Matyakubova, independent researcher and specialist in urban planning, in her special article for CABAR.asia.
«It is the probability that such a project would add significantly to the already substantial Kyrgyz government debt to China and potentially lead to a ‘debt trap’ scenario that is perhaps the biggest risk» – London-based independent researcher Harry Roberts notes in his article for CABAR.asia.
«The enterprises are considered as isolated elements independently planning their needs and purchases in the Kyrgyz Republic agriculture,» – Kyrgyz economist Iskender Sharsheev states in the special article for CABAR.asia.
European Union’s Policy in Central Asia: Does Brussels Want to Become a Stable Player of the First-Team Squad?
«The Strategy revision is rather due to the adoption of the EU Global Strategy in 2016 and, consequently, the need to adapt all foreign policy activities to the new realities. The EU seeks to strengthen its positions in the international relations system and therefore updates the mechanisms of interaction with the outside world», – notes Yuri Sarukhanyan, the specialist in international relations and participant of CABAR.asia Analytics School, in a special article for CABAR.asia.
«There has already been established an opinion in the society that the hopes placed on the “Bolashak” program had not been fulfilled. In turn, graduates of the program complain about the absence of special conditions. There is some truth in the position of each partie», – notes a philologist from Kazakhstan Aynash Mustoyapova in her article for CABAR.asia.