Baideldinova, M. Animal welfare – a new term in Kazakhstan’s legislation, KazNU Bulletin, 2021, No.1

Rybina, L. (2021). The impact of ethnocentrism and its antecedents on cultural heritage tourism along the Silk Road. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 19(1), 364-371.  

Rybina, L., & Lee, T. J. (2021). Traveler Motivation and Destination Loyalty: Visiting Sacred Places in Central Asia. Tourism and Hospitality, 2(1), 1–14. MDPI AG.

Micklin, P., Aladin, N.V., Chida, T., Boroffka, N., Plotnikov, I.S., Krivonogov, S., and White, K.  2020.  The Aral Sea: A story of devastation and partial recovery of a large lake. In: Mischke, S. ed.  Large Asian Lakes in a Changing World: Natural State and Human Impact.  Switzerland AG: Springer Nature, pp. 109-141.

Bourdais Park, J.W. et al., 2020: “The Green Paradox: A Key Catalyst for Inter-governmental Organizations’ Environmental Assistance to North Korea,” North Korean Review [McFarland] Vol. 17 No.2 Fall, forthcoming (co-authored/1st and corresponding author).

Bourdais Park, J.W. et al., 2020: “Contestation and collaboration for water resources: comparing the emerging regional water governance of the Aral Sea, Irtysh River, and Mekong River,” Journal of Asian and African Studies, [Sage Publications], forthcoming (co-authored/1st and corresponding author).

Westbrook, V.R. 2018. The Friday Essay: The Meg is a horror story but our treatment of sharks is scarier. In: The Conversation. (80,000 reads in the first weekend and republished by ABC News Australia)

Bourdais Park, J.W. 2018: “The Strategic Duality and Convergence of China’s Transition in the Global Climate Regime: ‘From a Vetoing to a Leading Country’” Journal of Global and Area Studies, 2(1): 65-79.

Rybina, L. (2018). Understanding Religious Traveling from Central Asia to Saudi Arabia Using Cluster Analysis. Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 14(6): pages 5-10. DOI: 10.22587/jasr.2018.14.6.2

Dostiyarova, A. & Rybina, L. (2018). From Nomads Heritage to Future Energy at EXPO-Kazakhstan: A Study of Patriotism, Cosmopolitanism and Visitors’ Satisfaction. Bulletin of National Academy of Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, 5, 101- 105.  Available at 

Baideldinova, M. Recent developments in Animal Law in Kazakhstan, Global Journal of Animal Law, 2017, Special issue

Bourdais Park, J.W. 2016: “Out of the comfort zone, towards greener public development aid”, Global Environmental Politics (MIT Press) Vol.16 No.4 pp.1-11.

White, K.D.  2016.  Kazakhstan’s Northern Aral Sea today: Partial ecosystem restoration and economic recovery.  In: Freedman, E. and Neuzil, M. eds. Environmental Crises in Central Asia: From steppes to seas, from deserts to glaciers.  London and New York: Routledge, pp. 129-140. 


Baideldinova, M. The Link between Domestic Violence and Animal Abuse. KazNU Bulletin, 2014, No.4

White, K.D.  2014.  Nature and Economy in the Aral Sea Basin.  In: Micklin, P., Aladin, N., and Plotnikov, I. eds. The Aral Sea: The devastation and partial rehabilitation of a great lake.  Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, pp. 301-335. 

Baideldinova, M. Animal Law in Kazakhstan: A Survey. Global Journal of Animal Law, 2013, No. 2.

Westbrook, V.R. 2013. The Wrong Kind of Excitement in Histories of Emotion from Medieval Europe to Contemporary Australia

Bourdais Park, J.W. 2013: “The Evolution of Green Growth Policy: an unwelcome intrusion in global environmental governance?” East Asian Economic Review (formerly, The Journal of East Asian Economic Integration) (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy) Vol.17 No.2 pp.207-241.

White, K.D.  2013.  Nature-Society Linkages in the Aral Sea Region.  Journal of Eurasian Studies 4(1): 18-33.