March 24, 2022

UN General Assembly Vote On Ukraine Now Likely On March 24

The UN General Assembly will not likely vote on a resolution on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine until March 24, delaying the expected vote by one day […]
March 24, 2022

NATO, G7, EU hold crisis meetings as Russia-Ukraine war grinds on

In back-to-back emergency sessions, Western leaders are expected to discuss Russia sanctions, Europe’s energy security and the Ukrainian refugee crisis […]
March 24, 2022

EU’s Borrell says Russia has no interest in negotiating ceasefire in Ukraine for now

The Russian government has no interest in negotiating a ceasefire in Ukraine for now as its army has not reached its military goals, European Union’s top diplomat Josep Borrell said on Thursday […]
March 24, 2022

On March 24, 2022, Amangul Shugatai, Researcher of Mongolian Academy of Sciences (MAS), Institute of International Relations, Regional Studies Department gave an online seminar on “International Migration Issues of Mongolia 1991-2020”.

In his speech, Amangul Shugatai explained the migration dynamics in Mongolia between 1991 and 2020, noting that international migration is a very common phenomenon that plays an important role in the modern world. Stating that 3.5% of the world population, that is, 272 million people, live in migration today, Amangul […]
March 17, 2022

On March 17, 2022, Tina Schivatcheva, PhD candidate at the Center of Development Studies, University of Cambridge presented at the online seminar with the topic “Bulgaria’s Post-Socialist Development Pathway with Emphasis on Science-Based Industries”.

Tina Schivatcheva touched upon the innovation-based development of Bulgaria after the Soviet Union. She started her presentation by outlining similarities between Bulgaria and Kazakhstan in the field of innovation. Being under communist regimes, both countries predetermined their development trajectories. Further, despite great opportunities and generally positive factors, both countries decided […]
March 3, 2022

On March 3, 2022 Dr. Ulan Bigozhin, a professor from Nazarbayev University conducted an online seminar at the Eurasian Research Institute titled “Sport and Identity Formation”.

Talking about traditional ethnic sports in Kazakhstan and Central Asia, Ulan Bigozhin noted that equestrian sports of kokpar is regaining popularity over the last several years. With increasing popularity, the kokpar is also becoming important economically as it attracts media, advertising and helps develop certain businesses. Dr. Ulan Bigozhin also […]