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ANAYSIS Halil M. Karaveli, "Erdogan in Trouble", Foreign Affairs, 6 June 2013.
ANALYSIS Gareth Jenkins, "The Turkish Protests and Erdogan's Disappearing Dreams", Turkey Analyst, 5 June 2013.
ANALYSIS Mamuka Tsereteli, "Why the South Caucasus Needs a Stronger U.S. and European Policy", Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, 15 May 2013.
ARTICLE Halil M. Karaveli, "Obama and Erdogan's Trust Problem", National Interest, 15 May 2013.
ARTICLE Halil M. Karaveli, "The Obama-Erdogan Partnership over Syria: Advancing Western Values?", Turkish Policy Quarterly, vol. 12 no. 1, 2013.
ANALYSIS Svante E. Cornell, "The Diverging Paths of Abdullah Gül and Tayyip Erdogan", Turkey Analyst, 24 April 2013.
ANALYSIS Halil M. Karaveli, "Seeking Reconciliation with the Kurds, Turkey Eyes the Oil of Kurdistan", Turkey Analyst, 24 April 2013.
ANALYSIS Niklas Nilsson "International Dimensions of Georgia's Domestic Infighting", Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, 20 March 2013.
ANALYSIS Niklas Swanström and Leah Oppenheimer, "Invisible Ink: Looking for the Lost Trade between China, Russia, and Central Asia", ISDP Policy Brief, 13 March 2013.
OP-ED Halil M. Karaveli, "Turkey, the Unhelpful Ally", New York Times, 27 February 2013.
CONFERENCE REPORT Cheryl Benard, Eli Sugarman, and Holly Rehm, Cultural Heritage vs. Mining on the New Silk Road? Finding Technical Solutions for Mes Aynak and Beyond, CACI in cooperation with the Alliance for the Restoration of Cultural Heritage, December 2012.
SILK ROAD PAPER S. Frederick Starr with Adib Farhadi, Finish the Job: Jump-Start the Afghan Economy, December 2012.
ARTICLE Halil M. Karaveli, "Erdogan Pays for His Foreign Policy", The National Interest, 12 November 2012.
OP-ED Afghani Barakzai, "The Future of Afghan Women," The Washington Post, 8 November 2012.
ARTICLE Svante E. Cornell, "The 'Afghanization of the North Caucasus: Causes and Implications of a Changing Conflict", in Stephen Blank, ed., Russia's Homegrown Insurgency: Jihad in the North Caucasus, Carlisle, PA: U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute, 2012.
ANALYSIS Niklas Nilsson and Svante E. Cornell, "Prospects and Pitfalls after Georgia's Elections", Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, 3 October 2012.
ARTICLE Svante E. Cornell, "Cause for Concern? The Transformation of Turkey's Internal Politics and Foreign Policy," in Dealing with a Rising Power: Turkey's Transformation and Its Implications for the EU, Brussels: Center for European Studies, October 2010, pp. 8-69.
ANALYSIS Halil M. Karaveli, "Turkey Is No Partner for Peace: How Ankara's Sectarianism Hobbles U.S. Syria Policy", Foreign Affairs, 11 September 2012.
SILK ROAD PAPER Johan Engvall, Against the Grain: How Georgia Fought Corruption and What It Means, September 2012.
ARTICLE Halil M. Karaveli, "Why Does Turkey Want Regime Change in Syria?", National Interest, 23 July 2012.
SILK ROAD PAPER Gareth H. Jenkins, Occasional Allies, Enduring Rivals: Turkey's Relations with Iran, May 2012.
CACI Forum "Afghanistan 2014: Transition to What?", with Ali A. Jalali.
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CACI Forum "Olympics Update: Security at the Sochi Olympics in Light of the Boston Attack" with Paul Goble.
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CACI Forum "Investing in the Caucasus, Greater Central Asia and Mongolia: Challenges and Opportunities" with Spring 2013 Rumsfeld Fellows at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute. (Click Here for video)
CACI Forum "The April 26 Almaty ‘Istanbul Process’ Meeting: Towards Clarity on Post 2014 Afghanistan?” with Kairat Umarov, Nargiz Gurbanova, Timur Söylemez, and Lynne Tracy.(Click here for video)
CACI Forum "The Social Basis of Politics in Central Asia" with Sean Roberts, Nicklas Norling, and Navbahor Imamova.
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Silk Road Seminar "Advancing Freedom of Expression in Turkey", with David Kramer, Dunja Mijatovic, Marc Pierini, Orhan Kemal Cengiz, Ihsan Yilmaz, Tulin Daloglu, Utku Cakirözer, Andrew Finkel, and Ramazan Cayli.
CACI Forum "Iran and the Caucasus", with Brenda Shaffer, Alex Vatanka and Temuri Yakobashvili. (Click here for video)
Silk Road Forum "Challenges and Perspectives: Georgia after the Elections", with H.E. Alex Petriashvili.(Stockholm)
CACI Joint Forum "Georgia: Political Power Transfer and Its International Implications" with Vladimir Socor, Svante E. Cornell and Damon Wilson, in cooperation with the Jamestown Foundation.
CACI Forum "The American
University of Afghanistan: U.S.' Premier Legacy on Afghan Soil?" with C. Michael Smith, Leslie M. Schweitzer, and Zalmay Khalilzad.
CACI Forum "The WTO and the Central Asian States", with Ambassadors Kairat Umarov, Muktar Djumaliev, Nuriddin Shamsov, and Ilhom Nematov,
and Mara Burr and Laurie Curry.