Centre for G-Global and the Global Silk Road Projects Development calls for brief commentaries of 700-900 words related to current global issues

G-Global is a platform to create the environment for the global professional community for interactive and open public discussions/debates on various global concerns like the nuclear-free world, promotion of global security, Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian space, expansion of cultures and civilizations dialogue, implementation of global energy and environmental development concepts and many others. Within this framework Centre for G-Global and the Global Silk Road Projects Development calls for a brief commentaries of 700-900 words on any issues related to the global World. All commentaries will be sent to referees and after the final decision of the Director respective commentaries will be published on the website of G-Global. You can send your commentaries at g-global@enu.kz

About the Centre:

The Centre for G-Global and the Great Silk Road Projects Development is a newly establish Center and the creation of the Center is another important milestone in the 20-plus years history of Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilyov. The Centre is serving to complement the development of G-Global and Global Silk Way projects especially through contemplation, reflection, connection, and engagement. 

In that context, the new Centre is advancing the new ways to develop the G-Global and Global Silk Way projects especially with the Perspective of Kazakhstan. The Center also included an innovative mechanism to nurture multidimensional approaches through the creation and implementation of these projects and the development of further international cooperation in innovative, educational, and organizational enactment. The Center is providing assistance to strengthening engagement with the several other institutes and universities by disseminating knowledge in the pursuit of global influence. The Centre is doing an abundant covenant to address the global impact of these initiatives through pertinent interdisciplinary programs and through partnerships with other global institutions functioning in the equivalent field of knowledge.

Dr. Punit Gaur,

Director, Centre for G-Global and the Great Silk Road Projects Development,

Eurasian National University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan