Architecture of Central Asia. The Architecture of Central Asia has been influenced by a diverse array of
architectural traditions such as Russian architecture during the eras of tsarist and Soviet rule, Islamic architecture.
Asia Times Online: Central Asian News and current affairs, Russia, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan
Carrie: A Full-Text Electronic Library. A repository for donated works, invites copyright holders to make available
their work in digital form. Some donated works include Central Asian history, people, and journals.
Turkic Republics and Communities: The most complete guide to the Turkic world.
Central Asia: Foreign Policy Blogs Network. The largest network of global affairs blogs. Staffed by professional
contributors from the worlds of journalism, academia, business, non-profits and think tanks.
- World History Archives: History of Central Asia.
- Central Asia and the Caucasus. Information and Analytical Center,
Sweden. Journal of social and political studies. Database of papers. In English and Russian.
- Central Asia Commerce. Business Resource and Directory
Covering the Newly Independent States: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan.
- Central Asia-Caucasus Institute: The Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University.
- Eurasia Foundation: Central Asia Regional Office
has been awarding grants in all five, Central Asian republics.
Eurasia Research Center: Central Asian Web links and resources.
- Focus on Central Asia. The five Central Asian countries
which became independent in 1991, share a culture and a way of living enriched by many centuries of common experience.
- Guide to Central Asia - Essential information about
Central Asia. History, geography, culture, demographics.
- Program on Central Asia and the Caucasus, Harvard
University. Programs, information about Russian and Eurasian studies at Harvard.
History of Central Asia. The history of Central Asia has been determined primarily by the area's climate and
geography. The aridity of the region makes agriculture difficult, and its distance from the sea cut it off from much trade.
- Interactive Central Asia Resource Project (ICARP):
Culture, history, environment, politics, economics, Islam, and other information.
Intercultural Dialogue in Central Asia. The Project aims to promote cultural pluralism and intercultural
dialogue, including interreligious dialogue in Central Asia.
International Institute for Central Asian Studies, Samarkand, Uzbekistan. UNESCO-CULTURE
International Institute for Central Asian Studies. Was established in August 1995 in Samarkand (Uzbekistan) by
UNESCO as a direct outcome of the UNESCO Silk Roads Expeditions.
- Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center at Indiana
University. The IAUNRC is a United States Department of Education Title VI grant institution.
- REECA Web, University of Wisconsin: Electronic Resources
on the Caucasus, Central Asia, and Turkey. Central Asian Journals and Magazines.
- Center for Russia, East Europe & Central Asia (CREECA).
University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Central Asia Electronic Mailing List: The Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library.
- Central Asian Free Exchange, Inc. (CAFE): A US based
humanitarian organization working to advance training and development in Central Asia.
Central Asia - The Jamestown Foundation: The mission of the Jamestown Foundation is to inform and educate policy
makers and the broader policy community about events and trends in those societies.
- Central Asia: Travel Tours Accommodation Maps -
Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan & Uzbekistan. Tours and travel, and
accommodation to Central Asia, which is one of the finest regions in the world with its natural and man-made beauty.
Scouting Along the Silk Road: A chronicle of scouting in Central Asia and the Caucasus.
- BBC News. Central Asia: At-a-glance
- Voice of America: Dari Language.
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