Прочие публикации

Здесь находятся публикации, выходящие за рамки проекта SEnECA, но так или иначе связанные с ним или затрагивающие основные темы проекта.

2018

2017

  • Böttger, K. & Plottka, J. (2017): Auf dem Weg zu einer neuen EU-Zentralasienastrategie. Stand, Entwicklung und Perspektiven der europäischen Zentralasienpolitik seit 2015. In: Zentralasien-Analysen Nr. 111.
  • Böttger, K. & Plottka, J. (2017): Zentralasienpolitik. In: Weidenfeld, W. & Wessels, W. (eds.): Jahrbuch der Europäischen Integration, pp.385-386. Berlin: Nomos. Online available at: http://iep-berlin.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/56_Zentralasienpolitik_Bo%CC%88ttger-und-Plottka_Freigabe_final.pdf
  • Böttger, K. & Plottka, J. (2017): Auf dem Weg zu einer neuen EU-Zentralasienstrategie. In: Zentralasien-Analysen Nr. 111, pp.2-6.
  • Lain, S. (2017): China and Russia — Cooperation and competition in Central Asia. In: Chinese Foreign Policy Under Xi. London: Routledge.
  • Pantucci, R. (2017): Central Asian Connectivity: Going Beyond China. In: The Intepreter. Online available at:https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/central-asian-connectivity-going-beyond-china
  • Pantucci, R. & Lain, S. (2017): The Silk Road Economic Belt: China’s Eurasian Pivot. RUSI Whitehall Paper. Online available at: https://rusi.org/publication/whitehall-papers/chinas-eurasian-pivot-silk-road-economic-belt
  • Sharshenova, A. & Crawford, G. (2017): Undermining Western democracy promotion in Central Asia: China’s countervailing influences, powers and impact. In: Central Asian Survey, Vol. 36 (4), pp. 453-472.
  • Umarov, A. (2017): Iran’s participation in stabilization of the situation in Afghanistan after 2001. National Strategy Issues, Vol. 3 (42): 73-89.
  • Umarov, A. (2017): Assessing China’s New Policy in Afghanistan. In: Central Asian Affairs, Vol. 4 (4), pp. 384-406.

2016

2015

  • Heinecke, S. (2015): Towards a new deal with Russia? In: Marhold, H. (ed.): Europe under stress. Internal and External Challenges for the EU and its Member States. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Heinecke, S. & Plottka, J. (2015)(eds.) The European Union and Central Asia. Special issue of “L’Europe en formation”, No.375.
  • Momosheva, N. (2015): Dynamics, Problems, and Perspectives of the Relations between Kyzgyzstan and the EU (1992-2014). In: Jonbobev, S., Rahimov, M. & Seidelmann, R. (eds.): Central Asia: Issues, Problems, and Perspectives: 213-236. Göttingen: Cuvillier.
  • Plottka, J., Campbell, A., Van der Lingen, J. & Medow, A. (2015): Synopsis of Reviews of “The EU and Central Asia: Strategy for a New Partnership”, IEP Policy Paper on Eastern Europe and Central Asia 5.
  • Sharshenoa, A. (2014): Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia. In: Jonboboev, S., Rakhimov, M. & Seidelmann, R. (eds.): Central Asia Today: Countries, Neighbours, and the Region: 55-80. Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag.
  • Umarov, A. (2015): Strategic Initiatves of the United States and China in Central Asia. Comparative Politics Russia, Vol. 6 (1(18)): 128-138.
  • Yuldasheva, G. (2015): EU-Central Asia Cooperation: An Opinion from Uzbekistan. In:Spruds, A. & Potjomkina, D. (eds.): Latvian Foreign and Security Policy Yearbook 2015. Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

2014

  • Gussarova, A. (2014): EU Alternative Energy Strategy: Lessons Learnt for Kazakhstan EXPO-2017. In: Sultanov, B. (eds.): “Energy of Future”. Collective monograph: 58-74.
  • Gussarova, A. (2014): Current state of relations between Kazakhstan and the EU. Kazakhstan Way – 20150. In: Sultanov, B. (eds.): Collective monograph: 172-203.
  • Mamadazimov, A. (2014): Silk Road. The History of its Formation, Development and End. Dushanbe: Donish.
  • Muratova, M. (2014): Subert or Shashmaqom? Reconsideration of ‘Classical Music’ in Tadjikistan. Puls of Central Asia.
  • Yunusov, K. (2014): Partnership and Cooperation Agreements of the European Union with Central Asian countries. Studii Europene, No.2: 9-18.  Online available at: http://studiieu.org/files/publications/SE%202-2014.pdf

2013

  • Momosheva, N. (2013): Relations between Kyrgyzstan and the EU in the context of European Strategy (2007-2013). Berlin: Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP).
  • Nurmuhammedova, G. (2013): Priority Practices to adapt to climate change in Turkmenistan, in Collection of materials of Sub-regional conference “Multi-stakeholder dialogue on adaptation to climate change in Central Asia facing COP 18 to the UN-FCCC”: 19. Kazakhstan: CAREC.

2012

2011

  • Nurmuhammedova, G. (2011): Assessment of current state and prospects of drainage water use in Khovuzkhan Irrigation System – Land & water use and ecological in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia in terms of climate change – collection of scientific articles under in-chief editing by professor Duknovny; pp.78-82. Tashkent: SICICWC.

2010

  • Momosheva, N. (2010): The EU strategy for Central Asia and Kygyzstan foreign policy. In: Zentrum für Internationale Entwicklungs- und Umweltforschung – Discussion Papers No. 52. Gießen: Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen.

2007

  • Khotenashvili, M. (2007): Does the European Neighbourhood Policy have power of attraction? In: Georgia Today.