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What Subsequent? Enhancing Counter-Extremism Applications in Central Asia



Whereas the Islamic State misplaced its bodily territories in Syria and Iraq, the grievances that drove hundreds of Central Asians into its ranks stay. Since 2014, a spread of worldwide actors, together with the USA, the European Union, and the United Nations, spent hundreds of thousands of {dollars} on counter-extremism initiatives in Central Asia. But, issues stay in the way in which actors method extremism conceptually and in program implementation. Worldwide donors’ elevated curiosity in counter-extremism pushes native NGOs to border an array of unrelated points as tied to radicalization and violent extremism. In the meantime, regional governments blur the distinctions between societal Islamization and political radicalization, grouping political activists, non-violent extremists and violent extremists collectively in a single class. This creates challenges for improvement actors trying to function within the area with the permission of native governments.

To assist deal with these points, the Program on Extremism and Central Asia Program at GWU convened a roundtable on Could 8, 2019 that includes three specialists on extremism in Central Asia:

Dr. Marlene Laruelle, Director, Central Asia Program; Affiliate Director, Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Research, Elliott Faculty of Worldwide Affairs

Dr. Edward Lemon, DMGS-Kennan Institute Fellow, Daniel Morgan Graduate Faculty; World Fellow, Wilson Middle

Noah Tucker, Senior Editor for the Uzbek Service (Ozodlik), Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty; Affiliate, Central Asia Program

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