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KIALBEK TEMISHEV


Kialbek Temishev is a PhD student at the Kyrgyz National University in Bishkek city (Kyrgyz Republic). He works as the Head of the Programme Unit at the World Food Programme in Bishkek. Mr. Temishev has a bachelors degree in Law and English Language from the Osh State University. He received his first masters degree in Policy Studies at the University of Edinburgh (Great Britain) and a second masters degree in EU and Central Asia in the International System studies, which he earned from the Institut für Europäische Politik (Germany) upon successful completion of the EU and Volkswagen Foundation funded online study program. He is writing his doctoral thesis on political development of Kyrgyzstan under the EUCACIS PhD Support Programme. His research interests include geopolitics in Central Asia, European integration, history and formation of statehood, public policy and state governance.

 

Curriculum vitae can be found here.

Doctoral Thesis

Topic: “Political development of Kyrgyzstan in English-American press: 2001-2012 years”

Supervisor: Dr. Nazira Momosheva

Abstract:

The study is a comprehensive analysis of political events in 2001-2012 in Kyrgyzstan during which the country has witnessed two coup d’états and bloody inter-ethnic conflict. The influence of these political events on the formation of statehood and nation-building in a small parliamentary republic is missing adequate analysis and public discourse. The existing analysis of above events is mostly based on Russian language media and lacks a holistic evaluation of the cause-effect dynamics in the political development of the country. Using historical research methods and qualitative comparative analysis, the study will integrate international expertise in English language media and improve comprehensive understanding of the political development of the country. Furthermore, a re-assessment and understanding of major political events in the history of formation of statehood and nation building can generate knowledge for learning and drawing practical recommendations for stability, security and development of contemporary society.

Publications

Temishev, Kialbek (2015): EU conditions for membership and its influence on other countries, in: XII International Science and Practice oriented Conference of Kazakhstan-German University “Central Asia and European Union: way to sustainable development”, Almaty, 2015, pp. 233-241.

Temishev, Kialbek (2014): Historical look at revolution of 2005 in Kyrgyzstan, in Herald of Kyrgyz National University after Djusup Balasagyn, Bishkek, 2014, Vol.2, pp. 218-223.

Temishev, Kialbek (2014): Regionalization and its aspects in modern Central Asia, in International science and practice oriented conference “Central Asia in researches of XIX-XXI centuries” devoted to 175th anniversary of N.M.Prjevalskiy, Karakol, 10-12 April, 2014, pp.132-135.

Temishev, Kialbek (2013): Political crisis and coup d’état of 2005 in Kyrgyzstan: study of the problem, in Herald of Kyrgyz National University after Djusup Balasagyn, Bishkek, Special volume, pp. 100-101.

Temishev, Kialbek (2013): History of development and modern understanding of sovereignty concept, in in Problems of polyethnic society in Central Asia: challenges and possible solutions, Bishkek, 2013, pp.403-409.

Temishev, Kialbek (2013): Transformation of political system of modern Kyrgyzstan, in V Science related students conference of Kazakhstan-German University “Sustainable development and effective resource policy”, Almaty, 2013, pp.200-203.

Temishev, Kialbek (2012): Regionalization of international relations on the example of SCO, in International forum of young scholars of CIS «Youth in science - 2012», Foundation of the 1st President of Kazakhstan– Leader of Nation, Almaty, 17-18 May 2012, pp. 206-208.

Temishev, Kialbek (2012): Second revolution in Kyrgyzstan, in VI International scientific conference of young scholars “Innovative development and demand for science in modern Kazakhstan”, Foundation of the 1st President of Kazakhstan– Leader of Nation, Almaty, 22-23 November 2012, pp.101-105

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