June 11, 2018
On June 11, 2018, American University of Central Asia will host an international conference conducted jointly with the Central Asian Program of the George Washington University.
The upcoming international conference aims to serve as a platform for expert discussion of issues raised by the presence of multitude of international cooperation initiatives in the Eurasian region. Presenters and participants will explore the topics of why these institutions have emerged and what goals they pursue, as well as the need in these organizations, what areas of common interest they might represent, and what potential for cooperation they carry. A special session will be dedicated to the role the Central Asian states in these institutions.
This scientific conference will bring together academic scholars and experts from the USA, Europe, Russia, Kyrgyz Republic, and neighboring Central Asian States, and will be open to interested organizations and individuals with prior registration.
The conference will be followed by a publication of conference proceedings that will be made available to all participants and the general public.
The conference is organized as part of the USAID Building the Future Project, which provides opportunities for young people from all regions of Kyrgyzstan for obtaining quality higher education, enhance the research capacity of faculty and students, and facilitate accreditation of the Business Administration program of AUCA.