Annette Bohr is an associate fellow of the Russia and Eurasia programme. She is the co-author of two monographs and numerous articles on Central Asian politics, contemporary history, and ethnic and language policies.
- Contemporary politics and history of Central Asia
- Foreign policy in the post-Soviet Central Asian states
- Regionalism in the international relations of Central Asia
- Nation-building and language politics in Central Asia
|2001-2004||Research Fellow, Middle Eastern Studies, University of Manchester|
|1999-2000||Research Associate, Department of Geography, Cambridge University|
|1994-1998||Research Fellow, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University|
|1987-1990||Research Analyst, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Inc., Munich, Germany|
|1985||Information Specialist, USSR Division, Voice of America, Washington, D.C.|
- Russian, German (not for broadcast)
- Turkmenistan: Power, Politics and Petro-Authoritarianism Research Paper, Chatham House, March 2016
- Central Asia: Responding to the Multi-Vectoring Game in R Niblett (ed) America and a Changed World: A Question of Leadership, Wiley-Blackwell/Chatham House, 2010
- Kazakhstan: End of the Banking Boom Programme Paper, Chatham House, May 2009
- Turkmenistan, in Nations in Transit 2005. Democratization from Central Europe to Eurasia (New York: Freedom House, 2005).
- Regionalism in Central Asia: New Geopolitics, Old Regional Order, International Affairs (London: The Royal Institute of International Affairs), 80:3, May 2004, pp. 485-502.
- Regional Cooperation in Central Asia: Mission Impossible? Helsinki Monitor, Quarterly on Security and Cooperation in Europe, (Special Issue on Central Asia) (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers),14:3, 2003, pp. 254-268.
- Independent Turkmenistan: From Post-Communism to Sultanism, in Sally Cummings, ed., Oil, Stability and Geopolitics: Transition in Central Asia, (London: Routledge, 2003).
- Uzbekistan: Politics and Foreign Policy, (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1998).
- Nation-Building in the Post-Soviet Borderlands: The Politics of National Identities, with Graham Smith, Vivien Law and Andrew Wilson, (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1998).