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6 Central Asians on Trial in Sweden for Terrorism Financing
January 08, 2019

6 Central Asians on Trial in Sweden for Terrorism Financing

By Catherine Putz
Three have additionally been charged with plotting an attack.

Kyrgyzstan’s Crackdown on Extremist Material: Further Reforms Needed
September 26, 2018

Kyrgyzstan’s Crackdown on Extremist Material: Further Reforms Needed

By Letta Tayler
Kyrgyzstan should focus on genuine threats, not throw people in jail for the videos they watch or the books they read.
Russia's Military Cooperation Goals in Central Asia
January 31, 2018

Russia's Military Cooperation Goals in Central Asia

By Dmitry Stefanovich
What military threats keep Russia and its Central Asian partners up at night?

Explaining the Radicalization of Central Asian Migrants
January 29, 2018

Explaining the Radicalization of Central Asian Migrants

By Mohammed Elshimi and Raffaello Pantucci
What factors contribute to the radicalization of a minority of Central Asian labor migrants in Russia?

Central Asia Is Not a Breeding Ground for Radicalization
November 15, 2017

Central Asia Is Not a Breeding Ground for Radicalization

By Svante Cornell
Both in Europe and the United States, this argument is made with increasing frequency but it doesn't reflect reality.

Kazakhstan Details Foiled Terrorist Plots
September 07, 2016

Kazakhstan Details Foiled Terrorist Plots

By Casey Michel
The Kazakh security service says it disrupted eight separate Islamist groups in 2016 alone.

Kazakhstan’s Cash Pile
January 01, 2016

Kazakhstan’s Cash Pile

By Catherine Putz
Central Asia’s bad year; anti-terror coalitions and backyards; recommended reads.
Central Asian States Among Countries Least Impacted by Terrorism
November 18, 2015

Central Asian States Among Countries Least Impacted by Terrorism

By Catherine Putz
Despite rhetoric from regional leaders, statistically Central Asia doesn’t experience much terrorism.

It’s 2010 in Central Asia, Again
September 18, 2015

It’s 2010 in Central Asia, Again

By Catherine Putz
The Internet, cotton, bus stops and a flash from the past feature in this week’s recommended reads.

Kyrgyzstan’s Risky Open Borders Experiment
August 11, 2015

Kyrgyzstan’s Risky Open Borders Experiment

By Samuel Ramani
Plans by the country to open its borders to other EEU members could bring some nasty side effects.

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