Lidiya Parkhomchik

Lidiya Parkhomchik

Senior Research fellow

Lydiya Parkhomchik (nee Timofeyenko) was born on February 9, 1984 in Zelenodolsk city, located at the territory of the Republic of Tatarstan (Russia). Since 1986 she became resident of the Republic of Kazakhstan. She graduated the high school in 2001 and at the same year she admitted to Abylai khan Kazakh University of International Relations and World Languages​​. She graduated from International Relations Department with specialization of analyst with knowledge of a foreign language in 2006 and after that started to work as a lecturer at the Chair of International Relations of KazUIR & WL.

Staff's Publications

June 16, 2016

Security Issues of the Caspian Sea Region

In the context of global security challanges that spread across the Middle East and North Africa dramatically reshaping the geopolitical landscape of the region more than anything else demonstrated the importance of ensuring  international and regional security. The newly unstable security environment has created an array of challenges for Eurasia […]
May 25, 2016

Евразийский обзор 2015: экономические, социальные и политические перспективы Евразии

С 2015 года Евразийский научно-исследовательский институт готовит еженедельные электронные бюллетени, в которых рассматриваются важные для Евразийского региона события, и распространят эти электронные бюллетени среди читателей. В данном издании собраны электронные бюллетени, которые были подготовлены как нашими экспертами, так и различными учеными, экспертами, чиновниками и политиками из Турции, Казахстана и других […]
May 23, 2016

Eurasia Outlook 2015: Economic, Social and Political Perspectives in Eurasia

Since the beginning of 2015, we, the Eurasian Research Institute decided to prepare weekly ebulletins to evaluate the important developments in the Eurasian region and to share these e-bulletins with the readers. The analysis which have been prepared by not only the experts of our Institute but also the experts […]
May 22, 2016

Does the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route Bring New Opportunities for Ukraine?

After suspending the Free Trade Agreement with Ukraine from January 1, 2016, Russia imposed a food embargo on Ukraine and blocked the transit of Ukrainian goods heading to Central Asian countries and China. Under new regulations, the Ukrainian goods can be transported via Russian railways only in case if Ukraine’s […]
April 19, 2016

New Format of Dialogue between the U.S. and Central Asian States: C5+1 Initiative

The decision of principle to launch a new dialogue format between the U.S. and Central Asian countries was made during the UN General Assembly in New York on September 26, 2015. After On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Ministers […]
April 5, 2016

Iran’s Political System: The Case of Parliamentary Elections

Speaking of the political system of Iran the consideration must be given to the fact that the Iranian politics operate within the framework of theocracy. According to the Iranian constitution dated December 1979 and its 1989 amendment, laws and regulations in the country must be based on Islamic ideology, which […]
March 23, 2016

Kazakhstan’s Project on Extending the Aktau International Sea Trade Port to the North

Located on the eastern shore of the Caspian Sea, the Aktau International Sea Trade Port is the only maritime gate of land-locked Kazakhstan enabling transportation of dry cargoes, grain, crude oil and petroleum products by sea. Situated at the crossroad of the international transport corridors such as the Europe – […]
March 5, 2016

Сurrent Security Issues in the Caspian Sea Region

After years of pursuing the concept that the Caspian Sea is a sea of peace and friendship littoral states were confronted with a situation where the Caspian Navy Forces were formally involved in the hostilities outside the region. On October 7, 2015, for the first time in the history of […]
February 23, 2016

China’s the Belt and Road Risk Assessment Issue

In recent years China has begun to seeking for a greater role for itself in the international order. Beijing’s intention to strengthen its global position caused launching a number of multilateral initiatives, namely, the Belt and Road Initiative, which includes the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk […]
February 4, 2016

Kazakhstan’s New Silk Road Project

Nowadays, we are witnessing the beginning of the entirely new phase of infrastructural modernization in the Eurasian states. The countries of the region realized that there is a strong necessity to work actively in order to create a unified platform for improvement of transport infrastructure and logistics, as well as […]