04 Dec 2009

Studying Europe in Central Asia: The Case of Kyrgyzstan

Maxim Ryabkov

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As the European Union sets out an ambitious agenda in its Central Asian strategy, its support for education may be used to raise awareness of Europe and help states create national cadres capable of sustaining the desired dialogue. A number of universities in Kyrgyzstan have already introduced European studies into their curricula. While it is far too early to take stock, some preliminary impressions can already be discussed.
 

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