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AKHP Public Lecture: Traditions and Customs of Kazakh People as a Factor for Spiritual Revival of the Nation
Traditions, customs and mindsets of Kazakh people are the cornerstones of their ethnic culture and ethnic awareness. Our distinctive mental attitude and unique features, which distinguish us from other people, will be interesting for the rest of the world. Moreover, in the context of political and economic modernisation they make our nation more competitive.
IPPA Public Lecture: Fiscal Policy for Technological Development in Central Asia
The countries of Central Asia are now entering into a new stage of their development when labor productivity becomes the main driving force of economic growth. The lecture will provide an overview of public finances (government budget revenue, expenditure and deficit) and analyze these governments’ fiscal policies and what these policies can do for technological development.
AKHP Public Lecture: Research Findings on Cereal Crops in Gorno-Badakhshan
AKHP Public Lecture: East and West: Modern Trends in Cinematography
The lecture will be devoted to a comparative analysis of the current state of cinematography in Central Asia and the West. Today the art of cinema reveals its huge potential in any of its manifestations. New technologies have opened new opportunities for cinema. It is not just about total “computerisation” with computer graphics replacing the usual film, but also about completely new trends such as 5D and interactive cinema, and 3D movies that can be watched at home.
UCA Lecture: When Central Asia was Central, and How to Make it so Again
This lecture highlighted how religious and ethnic intolerance undermined and eventually destroyed the glorious era of Central Asia a 1000 years ago.
AKHP Public Lecture: Constitutional Reforms in the Republic of Kazakhstan
The 2017 Constitutional Reform is a new stage of the political history of sovereign Kazakhstan, and a logical outcome of the stage-by-stage democratic development of the Republic of Kazakhstan. This reform of the Constitution of Kazakhstan – which was widely discussed in, and supported by, the society – delegated certain powers from the President to other branches of power, facilitated independence of the Government and strengthened responsibility for the decisions it makes.
IPPA Public Lecture: Multidimensional Poverty
This presentation reviews different approaches to describe welfare and wellbeing in a country, and then uses the multidimensional measure for Armenia and the Kyrgyz Republic to illustrate how a non-monetary measure of welfare captures the complexity, depth and persistence of poverty and offers important information to complement the analysis of monetary (consumption) poverty.
AKHP Public Lecture: Study on Adaptation of Agricultural Crops in Tajikistan and Afghanistan in Light of Climate Change
AKHP Public Lecture: Linguistic Ethnogenesis Processes of Pamir Ethnic Groups
Despite numerous scientific works by national and foreign scientists, the origin of sedentary Pamir-Badakhshan peoples in very distant times remains to be a quite controversial and contradictory question.
IPPA Public Lecture: Central Asian "Characteristics" on China’s New Silk Road
China’s $1 trillion One Belt, One Road (OBOR) infrastructure project has significant landscape, socio-economic, and political implications in recipient countries.