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Site of the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research. Formed in 1992, the Institute offers Master's degrees in Economics and in Business Administration. The site is in English.
Central Asia Commerce, Business Resource and Directory of Central Asia covering the newly independent states of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Resources are browseable by country or by industry. The site is in English, but links to other sites in other languages.
Central Asian Studies World Wide: Resources for the Study of Central Asia is sponsored by the Harvard Forum for Central Asian Studies. The goal of the site is to provide "information which is useful to both beginners and experts; encompassing all fields of the social sciences and humanities wherever in the world people engage in such study." Types of information include an experts' directory, a list of dissertations on Central Asian topics, programs of instruction, journals in the field, links to discussion lists, etc. In English.
SCOLA is a non-profit educational organization transmitting international television programs for educational use via satellite. Programs can also be watched using "Live Video Streaming." (Up to date Real Player Freeware is required). Programming from REES countries includes Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Estonia, Romania, Russia, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovenia, Croatia, Uzbekistan, and Mongolia. Site is in English.
SOTA is a Netherlands-based research centre for Turkestan and Azerbaijan. Its Web page has links related to pages of Turkish peoples and communities, e.g., Turkey, Azerbaijan, Chechnia, Tajikistan, etc. There are also links to history and culture of Turkish peoples. Also included are some articles from BITIG, a quarterly journal dedicated to Turkish issues.