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Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies

under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Address of the President to the people of Kazakhstan

Third Modernization of Kazakhstan

"Only those nations who manage to set the future goals and proceed resolutely facing the challenges,

instead of sitting on the hedge and waiting, are the winners."

Cooperation with Analytical Research and Educational Institutions of Kazakhstan and Abroad

Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies under the President of RK has signed eight agreements on cooperation with local and foreign analytical, research and educational institutions:

  • March 1, Agreement on Cooperation with the Belarus State University (Minsk);
  • March 30, Agreement on Cooperation with the Kazakh-German University (Almaty);
  • September 22, Agreement on Cooperation with the Center for International Studies, Inha University (Incheon, South Korea);
  • October 5, Memorandum on Understanding and Cooperation with the Center for Strategic Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey (Ankara);
  • November 4, Agreement on Cooperation with the Institute of Collective Security Treaty Organization (Moscow);
  • November 24, Memorandum on Understanding with the National Institute for Strategic Studies of the Kyrgyz Republic (Bishkek);
  • November 24, Memorandum on Cooperation with the OSCE Academy in Bishkek;
  • November 28, 2011 Agreement on Cooperation with al-Farabi Kazakh National University.

By signing of the abovementioned agreements with leading international and local analytical, research and educational institutions the KazISS asserts its high authority within the academia and expert community manifested in growing interest of foreign research centers in the Institute.
The signed documents form the legal basis for establishment and expansion of cooperation in research, analytical work and education that strengthen expert capacity and efficiency, promote expertise exchange, improve education and develop new forms of international cooperation through joint research projects and events.

The KazISS maintains scientific links with many leading research centers of the world such as:
USA:
• James Baker Institute, Huston (jointly with which in 1996 the KazISS has organized the Kazakh-American Council);
• Center of International Development;
• National Defense University;
• University of Maryland;
• American Association for the Advancement of Science;
• Columbia University;
• Brown University;
• Monterey Institute of International Studies;
• Center of Economical Growth Analysis;
• National Administration on Nuclear Security;
• Center on Central Asian Studies. Columbia University;
• Council on International Affairs;
• Yale University;
• University of Wisconsin, programme on Central Asia, Center of Studies on Kazakhstan;
• Center on Middle-East Studies of Harvard University;
• Rockefeller Fund;
• Center on Russia, Eastern Europe Studies;
• Center of Slavonic, Eurasian and East European Studies;
• Michigan University;
• Princeton University;
• Institute for Strategic Studies of US Army;
• Stanford University;
• Center of Eurasia, Russia and Eastern Europe Studies of Georgetown University. The Institute of Turcology.
Great Britain:
• International Institute for Strategic Studies;
• Center of the Asian Studies at the London University;
• Center on Scientific and International Studies of Harvard University;
• Royal Institute of International Relations;
• University of Reading.
Germany:
• Institute for Economical Research;
• George Marshall European Center for Security Studies;
• Federal Institute for East Studies;
• German Society of Foreign Policy;
• German Institute of Oriental Studies;
• Stuttgart Institute of Foreign Policy Studies;
• Center of Strategic and International Studies , Konrad Adenauer Foundation;
• German Foundation of International Development (DSE);
• Friedrich Ebert Foundation;
• Herbert Quandt Foundation;
• German-Kazakh Society;
• Carl Bertelsmann Foundation;
• Max Planck Institute of Ethnology;
• Center for European Integration Study;
• Free University, Institute of Turcology;
• Institute For Studies of Peace Problem in Frankfurt;
• Institute of Indian Studies and Central Asia.
France:
• Center of International Studies;
• Department of East Europe and Central Asia MFA France;
• Paris University of National Center of Scientific Studies;
• Institute of Eastern Civilizations and Center of European Studies University Renn-1;
• Institute of Eastern Civilizations and Languages;
• French University for Studies of Central Asia.
China:
• Chinese Institute of Modern International Relations under State Council of PRC (PRC);
• Shanghai Institute for International Studies (PRC);
• Eurasian Institute of Social Development Studies under State Council of PRC;
• Research Center under Department of Policy of XUAR Government.
CIS States:
• Center of Political and International Studies under MFA of RF;
• Russian Center of Political and International Studies;
• Russian Institute of Strategic Studies;
• Moscow Carnegie Center;
• IMEMO RAS (Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Science);
• Institute of Oriental Studies RAS/ Russian Center of Strategic and International Studies;
• Council on Foreign and Defense Policy;
• PIR-Center (Center of Policy Studies in Russia);
• Institute of International Relations/ Kiev University;
• National Institute of Strategic Studies;
• International Institute of Political Studies (Belarus);
• Georgian Fund of Strategic and International Studies;
• Institute of Strategic and Interregional Studies under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
• International Institute of Strategic Studies under the President of Kyrgyz Republic ;
• Center of Strategic Studies under the President of the Republic of Tajikistan.
Other countries:
• Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sweden);
• International Institute of Control by Progress (Switzerland);
• Oslo University. Department of East European and Oriental studies (Norway);
• Northern Institute of Asian Studies (Denmark);
• European Society of Central Asian Studies (Netherlands);
• Military Center of Strategic Studies (Italy);
• Hungarian Institute of International Affairs (Hungary);
• Czech Institute of International Relations (Czechia);
• Sofia University. Institute of Asian Cultures (Bulgaria);
• Japanese Institute of International Affairs (Japan);
• Analysis and Studies Control of the MFA of Japan;
• Tokyo University of Foreign Policy Studies;
• Tokyo University "Islamic studies";
• Institute of Eurasian Studies/ Yokohama National University;
• Sasakawa Foundation (Japan);
• Japanese Center of Regional Studies;
• Institute of Developing Economies (Japan);
• Institute of Defencе Studies and Analysis (India);
• The Jawaharlal Nehru University (India);
• Institute of Strategic Studies (Pakistan);
• Fund on Analysis of National Progressing and Security (Pakistan);
• Institute of Regional Studies (Pakistan);
• Peshawar University Center of Regional Studies – Central Asia (Pakistan);
• Center of Central Asian Studies Quaid-e-Azam University (Pakistan);
• Institute for Political and International Studies (Iran);
• Turkish Agency on Cooperation and Development - TICA (Turkey).
• Koc University (Turkey);
• ASAM Center of Eurasian Strategic Studies (Turkey);
• Institute of Turkic Studies Marmara University;
• Fund of Engineering Assistance to the CIS at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Arabian Republic of Egypt);
• Mongolian National University.