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From: Central Asia Program, IERES
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Subject: CAP December Publications


December Publications

Central Asia Program free downloadable publications:

Central Asia Policy Brief, No. 13, December 2013
By Jeffrey Mankoff

Central Asia Economic Paper, No. 11, December 2013
By Bruno De Cordier

Voices from Central Asia, No. 13, December 2013
By Marlene Laruelle, Ariana Rabindranath, and Julia Collins

Central Asia Policy Brief, No. 14, December 2013
Kazakhstan's National Development Strategies: An Assessment
By Richard Weitz

Publications from our members:

"Conservatism as the Kremlin's new toolkit. An ideology at the lowest cost," Russian Analytical Digest, no, 138, November 2013.

By Marlene Laruelle

Photo Essay: Life and Survival in the Tajik Pamirs

By Alec Forss
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