This forum will present the IMF’s findings of recent papers on the economic outlook for the CCA, and on promoting inclusive growth in the region.
The Uyghurs of Xinjiang constitute one of the oldest Turkic peoples and the first to be urbanized and to develop a written language and rich intellectual life. As such they are, in a historic and cultural sense, part of Central Asia. How has the ongoing crisis in Xinjiang affected Uyghurs, the Central Asian countries, and how have Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan responded?
CACI_SilkRoad Forum: Intra-Regional Trade & Coop. in CentralAsia - Join Fmr US Amb. to Belarus, Uzbekistan & Kazakhstan George Krol & the WorldBank's Michele Ruta on 2/27 for a discussion on newly emerging trends & opportunities. RSVP TODAY!
WHEN: December 14, 2018, 12:30-2 PM
WHERE: American Foreign Policy Council, 509 C Street, NE Washington, DC
Light lunch will be served
Seating is limited, Register today!
Few developments of recent years are more pregnant with potential for the future than the rise of regionalism in Central Asia.