The rise and decline of Central Asia's multivector foreign policy

The rise and decline of Central Asia's multivector foreign policy

Monday, 4 December 2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Venue: 
Nissan Lecture Theatre
Speaker(s): 
Professor Alexander Cooley (Harriman Institute, Columbia University)
Chair: 
Professor Roy Allison (St Antony's)
Convenor: 
Dr Julie Newton (St Antony's)

Alexander Cooley is the Claire Tow Professor of Political Science at Barnard College and Director of Columbia University's Harriman Institute (2016-18). He also serves on Columbia University's Tenure Review Advisory Committee (2017-18). Professor Cooley’s research examines how external actors have shaped the development and sovereignty of the former Soviet states, with a focus on Central Asia and the Caucasus.

THIS IS AN ADVANCED SEMINAR ORGANISED BY THE UNIVERSITY CONSORTIUM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES CENTRE, ST ANTONY’S COLLEGE AND WITH THE SUPPORT OF CARNEGIE CORPORATION NEW YORK. PARTICIPATION IS OPEN TO ALL
For further information, please contact malcolm.spencer@sant.ox.ac.uk & julie.newton@sant.ox.ac.uk