Joint ESCAS-CESS Conference at the American University of Central Asia (AUCA)

29 June – 2 July 2017 
European Society for Central Asian Studies (ESCAS) and the
Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS)

Panel “International Organizations in Central Asia 25+: Norms, Targets, Impact, (Unintended) Externalities, Alternatives”

 

Part I ♦ International Organizations in Central Asia 25+: Norms, Targets, Impact, (Unintended) Externalities, Alternatives
Schedule: Sat., July 1, 8:30-10:15

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Chair: Liga Rudzite (Tallinn University of Technology)
Discussant: Shairbek Dzhuraev (University of St Andrews)

Karolina Kluczewska (University of St Andrews) “Benefactor, Industry or Intruder? Perceptions of International Organizations in Central Asia: The Case of the OSCE in Tajikistan”

Philipp Lottholz (University of Birmingham) and Chynara Temirova (University of Central Asia) “The Song Remains the Same? International Organizations’ Contribution to Development, Peace and Security in Kyrgyzstan”
Oleg Korneev (University of Paris 13) “Practicing What They Preach: International Organizations and Communities of Practice in Central Asian Migration Governance Field”

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Part II♦ International Organizations in Central Asia 25+: Norms, Targets, Impact, (Unintended) Externalities, Alternatives 
Schedule: Sat., July 1, 10:45-12:30

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Chair: Oleg Korneev (University of Paris 13)
Discussant: Karolina Kluczewska (University of St Andrews)

Payam Foroughi (OSCE Academy in Bishkek) and Inna Kuzmenko (Independent Scholar) “Measuring Liberal Norms: Ranking and Rating OSCE’s Participating States via the New ‘Index of Comprehensive Security’”
Liga Rudzite (Tallinn University of Technology) “Multiple Aims, One Management: Neoliberal Moralization within Development Cooperation Practices of Donors Representing Differing Aid Regimes: The Case of Kyrgyzstan”
Khushbakht Hojiev (University of Bonn) “Production and ‘Maintenance’ of Everyday Peace in Jabbor Rasulov of Tajikistan”