Central Asia-Caucasus Institute
“Kyrgyzstan A Year Later: How Will It End?”
April 6, 2011
VIDEO OF EVENT AVAILABLE HERE
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at SAIS, Johns Hopkins University:
"Kyrgyzstan A Year Later: How Will It End?”
Dr. Anvar Bugazov, Professor of Philosophy, the Kyrgyz–Russian Slavic University, Bishkek; currently a Fulbright Fellow at CACI, SAIS
Alisher Khamidov, PhD Candidate at SAIS, journalist, frequent contributor to the CACI Analyst
Ambassador Zamira Sydykova, former Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic to the US, journalist, Woodrow Wilson Center scholar (2010); currently with the consulting firm Discovering Eurasia: Strategic Advice and Development
Wednesday, April 6, 2011, 5-7 p.m.
Rome Auditorium, 1st Fl., the Rome Building
SAIS, Johns Hopkins University
1619 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
Events in Kyrgyzstan during the year since the fall of President Bakiyev have left many basic questions unresolved. To consider what has and has not happened, and what is likely still to occur, CACI has assembled a panel of experts. In addition to considering
indigenous developments they will discuss the continuing influence of other states on Kyrgyz affairs.
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute is a primary institution in the United States for the study of the Caucasus, Central Asia and the Caspian Region. The Institute, affiliated with Johns Hopkins University-SAIS, forms part of a Joint Center with the Silk Road Studies Program, affiliated with the Stockholm-based Institute for Security and Development Policy. Additional information about the Joint Center, as well as its several publications series, is available at www.silkroadstudies.org.