USIP and the Oxus Society for Central Asian Affairs hosted a conversation that attempted to pierce the veil of secrecy around recent events in Central Asia. A panel of scholars discussed how they view recent protests and tried to understand more broadly why governments in the region are suddenly struggling to keep things under control.
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/where-are-protests-and-crackdowns-central-asia-coming
Associate Professor, Near East University
Non-Resident Fellow, School of International Service, American University
Ivan U. K. Klyszcz
Doctoral Candidate, University of Tartu
Gavin Helf, moderator
Senior Expert, Central Asia, U.S. Institute of Peace
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