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Tuesday, 29 April 2014

CACI FORUM: Resolved: that Centripetal Forces in Central Asia and the Caucasus Today are Stronger than Centrifugal Forces, or soon will be

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Tuesday, 29 April 2014

CACI Forum

"Resolved: that Centripetal Forces in Central Asia and the Caucasus Today are Stronger than Centrifugal Forces, or soon will be"

Since 1992 the price of sovereignty in Greater Central Asia and the Caucasus has been a decline in regional contacts and cooperation.  Is this changing today?  Rising leaders from the region will evaluate this crucial question and offer their prognoses for the future.

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Featuring

Spring 2014 Rumsfeld Fellows at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, SAIS:

Mr. Davit Sanasaryan (Armenia),

City Council of Yerevan, Secretary of “Barev Yerevan” Faction, the Heritage Party

Mr. Emin Valiyev (Azerbaijan),

Founder, Partner and General Manager

of Uptime Marketing Agency operating in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan

Ms. Tamar Kekenadze (Georgia), 

Civilian Representative of the Ministry of Defense of Georgia to NATO and the EU

Mr. Talgat Imangaliyev (Kazakhstan),

Director for Business Development and Government Affairs at WorleyParsons, Astana

Mr. Ato Kasymov (Kazakhstan),

Deputy CEO of Kazakhstan Mortgage Company (KMC),

a state owned company for mortgage securitization and promotion of real estate market growth

Mr. Ruslan Karabukaev (Kyrgyzstan), 


Director of Business Development, Avanta Capital, Bishkek

Mr. Aziz Soltobaev (Kyrgyzstan),

Chairman, the Svetofor Group, Bishkek

Ms. Shijir Ochirbat (Mongolia),

Senior Strategy and Policy Analyst at Oyu Tolgoi LLC/Rio Tinto Copper LLC

Mr. Manuchehr Kurbonali (Tajikistan),

CEO, Axiom Investments LLC, an investor in Central Asia medical centers

Dr. Umid Aripdjanov (Uzbekistan), 

founding partner at Colibri Law Firm

(legal,  tax, and business services for foreign investors in Central Asia, Mongolia and the Caucasus).

Moderating:

Mamuka Tsereteli, Research Director,

Central Asia-Caucasus Institute/Silk Road Studies Program, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University

 

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