Experts boost discussion on Wider Eurasia positive agenda

October 29-30, 2016, Almaty. The International conference “Wider Eurasia: dynamics of political and social process” took place in the capital of Kazakhstan. More than 100 experts from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia in the event organized by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung of Germany and the Central Asia Research Center of Kazakhstan. Russia was represented Nikolay Petrov and Vladimir Ryzhkov, members of the Moscow-based “European Dialogue” Expert Group. The Russian experts delivered reports on “State, Society and Religion on the post-soviet space” and “Anti-liberal ideologies and trends on the Eurasian space” and were deeply involved in a series of discussions on future positive agenda for Wider Eurasia development.