A shifting sphere? EU engagement with Kazakhstan and what this implies for Russian engagement and influence in Central Asia

Evan Thompson

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAustralian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies [P]
EditorsNatalia Chaban, Matt Killingsworth
Place of PublicationMelbourne Australia
PublisherContemporary European Studies Association of Australia
Pages71 - 79
Number of pages9
Volume1
ISBN (Print)1836-1803
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventMEEUC Young Researchers Conference - Caulfield East VIctoria Melbourne, Melbourne Australia
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

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ConferenceMEEUC Young Researchers Conference
CityMelbourne Australia
Period1/01/09 → …

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Thompson, E. (2009). A shifting sphere? EU engagement with Kazakhstan and what this implies for Russian engagement and influence in Central Asia. In N. Chaban, & M. Killingsworth (Eds.), Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies [P] (Vol. 1, pp. 71 - 79). Melbourne Australia: Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia.
Thompson, Evan. / A shifting sphere? EU engagement with Kazakhstan and what this implies for Russian engagement and influence in Central Asia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies [P]. editor / Natalia Chaban ; Matt Killingsworth. Vol. 1 Melbourne Australia : Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia, 2009. pp. 71 - 79
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Thompson, E 2009, A shifting sphere? EU engagement with Kazakhstan and what this implies for Russian engagement and influence in Central Asia. in N Chaban & M Killingsworth (eds), Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies [P]. vol. 1, Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia, Melbourne Australia, pp. 71 - 79, MEEUC Young Researchers Conference, Melbourne Australia, 1/01/09.

A shifting sphere? EU engagement with Kazakhstan and what this implies for Russian engagement and influence in Central Asia. / Thompson, Evan.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies [P]. ed. / Natalia Chaban; Matt Killingsworth. Vol. 1 Melbourne Australia : Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia, 2009. p. 71 - 79.

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Thompson E. A shifting sphere? EU engagement with Kazakhstan and what this implies for Russian engagement and influence in Central Asia. In Chaban N, Killingsworth M, editors, Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies [P]. Vol. 1. Melbourne Australia: Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia. 2009. p. 71 - 79