Balzhan Eshmetova

Balzhan Eshmetova

Junior Research fellow

Balzhan Eshmetova Batyrhanovna is a research-fellow at the Eurasian Research Institute. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degree from Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. She also received her bachelor’s degree in “Law” from Almaty University of Continuing Education. She completed her doctorate in Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Faculty of Oriental Studies, TURKSOY Department in the specialty of “6D021200-Turcology”. During the study, she did research under the International Mevlana program in Omar Halisdemir University (Republic of Turkey, in Nigde). She did her scientific inter

Staff's Publications

February 21, 2022

Science in Kazakhstan: Current Situation and New Developments

When we look at the latest scientific and technological developments in the world, we can see that science covers almost all areas of our lives. In recent years, many changes and innovations have been implemented in Kazakhstan in terms of scientific developments. As it is known, many scientific project announcements […]
June 9, 2021

Sadyr Japarov’s Era in Kyrgyzstan: An Evaluation on Foreign Policy and Economic Developments

The constitutional amendment referendum and local council elections (kenesh) were held together in Kyrgyzstan on April 11th 2021. According to the Kyrgyzstan Central Election Commission (CEC), while 1.295.096 people (39.09%) voted in the local council elections, 1.338.717 people (37.12%) voted for the referendum in 2.483 ballot boxes throughout the country. […]
February 4, 2021

Development of Agricultural Export in Uzbekistan

Nowadays, it is widely accepted that agriculture and food industry have a strategic importance for every country. The agricultural sector is of great importance because it provides millions of jobs and billions of dollars in income for many countries. In countries with agrarian economy, agriculture constitutes a significant part of […]
November 29, 2020

Uzbekistan’s Transition to Latin alphabet and Lessons Learned

There are many Turkic people of the same origin with a total population of over 200 mil-lion. These people use various alphabets, especially Latin, Cyrillic and Arabic. The differences in the alphabets used, despite the similarities in the sound structure of Turkic languages, may shadow the fact that they have […]