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"The way is clear for a project that will boost Beijing’s economic ties and diplomatic influence within Central Asia", writes Asia Society Policy Institute's Genevieve Donnellon-May in the South China Morning Post.
In the second episode of "A Closer Look" we’ll explore the landlocked and most populous country of Central Asia: Uzbekistan. Dilfuza Kurolova and Dr. Farkhod Tolipov will discuss the country's challenges and development of civil society.
Dilfuza Kurolova and Dr. Farkhod Tolipov discuss Uzbekistan's reform programs, political and civil society landscape in an episode of A Closer Look, Asia Society Switzerland's five-part series on different Asian countries.
Series by Asia Society Switzerland with the support of BDO and the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies of the University of Zurich, shedding light on different Asian countries through the eyes of leading local voices.
WWF Switzerland’s Ion Karagounis discussed ongoing efforts and challenges in greening BRI and related projects in Central Asia with Viktor Novikov, Geographer and Expert on Central Asia of the Zoï Environment Network.