CPC - Caspian Policy Center
Devon Sealander is a Research Intern with the Caspian Policy Center. She is a second-year graduate student at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies concentrating in European and Eurasian Studies. Her capstone project was on great power competition and collaboration in Central Asia. Prior to joining the Caspian Policy Center, Devon was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Georgia where she taught English and worked with a Tbilisi-based NGO focused on girls’ empowerment and professional skills development programming.
Kazakhstan’s Drone Deal with Turkey Showcases Regional Security Focus
Kazakhstan will collaborate with Turkey to manufacture Anka unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) signed a memorandum of understanding
Georgia’s Agricultural Sector Feels the Pinch of Russia’s Foreign Policy
In the initial days of Russia’s war in Ukraine, the Georgian government’s refusal to implement bilateral sanctions against Russia sparked controversy
Finding the Line: Central Asia Welcomes Russian Businesses, but Fears Sanction Violations
Economic sanctions against Russia have hit at all levels of the country’s economy, prompting an exodus of Western businesses with the flexibility
Russia’s Economic Fallout Hits Central Asian Remittances
The decline of Russia’s economy and the drop in the value of the ruble has negatively affected a critical pillar of Central Asian economies: worker remittances.
Domestic Production of Drones: The Latest in Uzbekistan’s Military Modernization Drive
On January 18, 2022, the State Defense
Europe looks to Azerbaijan Amid Push to Diversify Energy Sources
On January 4 the eighth Ministerial Meeting of the Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council took place in Baku, attended by representatives from the EU and European states