How to be attractive for labor market upon graduation

Alex Just, Associate Partner at Pagefield Global Counsel, helps people in litigation and crisis to manage PR and communication strategy   PULS: What skills and qualities a young person should have by the time he/she graduates from college? AJ: One of the main things that a young person needs to know is what their passions are in life. It might be academic, but also projects, hobbies … Continue reading How to be attractive for labor market upon graduation

Who has all the natural gas?

The United States holds the top spot with the largest remaining conventional and unconventional gas reserve, with 748,307 billion cubic feet expected to be economically recovered in the country. Russia, Iran, and Qatar follow with 562,745 billion cubic feet, 292,745 billion cubic feet, and 192,631 billion cubic feet respectively. GlobalData estimates that the top ten countries hold 2,548,064 billion cubic feet of economically recoverable gas … Continue reading Who has all the natural gas?

Mayya Kelova: Power of Dedication

Mayya Kelova. BA Mass Communications and Journalism. AUBG. Communications Specialist. UN Turkmenistan.  “Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason, mastery demands all of a person.” Albert Einstein Anatoliy Georgievich Lubinets is originally from Donetsk, Ukraine. Since his childhood he wanted to connect his life to choreography. In Soviet Ukraine, Anatoliy’s mother … Continue reading Mayya Kelova: Power of Dedication

Turar Kazangapov: Kazakhstan full of energy

Turar Kazangapov. Photojournalist of Tengri News. Kazakhstan. This is a story of Toymurat Yeshimov, Paralympic champion of Kazakhstan in table tennis. Despite the problems with the leg does, Yeshimov does not give up and doesn’t let his spirit fall. He is full of energy and always cheerful. Positive music that Yeshimov was fond of when he was younger accompanies his training sessions. Toymurat says that he … Continue reading Turar Kazangapov: Kazakhstan full of energy

Andrew Wachtel on Education System of Kyrgyzstan

Andrew Wachtel is the president of the American University of Central Asia (AUCA), one of the leading universities in Kyrgyzstan and the region. The university has established its reputation as an institution dedicated to democratic values, liberal arts principles and the spirit of innovation. It has become central to the education system of the country. Mr. Wachtel has been heading the AUCA since 2010. Under … Continue reading Andrew Wachtel on Education System of Kyrgyzstan

Daniyar Koznazarov: The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) chooses the greater of two evils

This material is adopted from Central Asian Analytical Network (CAAN) of the George Washington University under the cooperation agreement between CAAN and The PULS. http://caa-network.org/archives/4827  What considerations were behind the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan’s pledging allegiance to the Islamic State? How did the death of the Taliban leader Mullah Omar affect the IMU? Does IMU still associate itself with Afghanistan and Pakistan? What is the role … Continue reading Daniyar Koznazarov: The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) chooses the greater of two evils

Kyrgyzstan: Information Sharing as a Way to Boost Business Communities. Open Data Approaches to Development Strategy in the Kyrgyz Republic.

Emily C. Youatt, M.A., University of Chicago, Co-Founder KG Labs Researcher in startup activity in Central Asia  Samagan Aytimbetov, Fulbright Scholar, Researcher in Open Data Initiatives in Central Asia The introduction of open data into emerging economies and infrastructures is a dynamic and challenging process, and presents an opportunity for iterative learning for policy makers, business leaders and technical experts. In the Kyrgyz Republic, the … Continue reading Kyrgyzstan: Information Sharing as a Way to Boost Business Communities. Open Data Approaches to Development Strategy in the Kyrgyz Republic.