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Kazakhstan: The Illusion of Democracy

06.11.19
  • Kazakhstan – the Broken Buckle in the Belt and Road

    06.08.19
  • Nazarbayev’s New Puppet

    06.01.19
  • Protesters Detained, and Opposition Websites Shut down as Kazakhstan’s Elections Draw Nearer

    05.17.19
  • Kazakhstan: Are the Upcoming Democratic Elections Merely a Facade?

    05.15.19
  • Kazakhstan: New President, New Diversified-Economy?

  • EU-Kazakhstan Ties Expected to Remain Strong After Election

    05.03.19
  • On Human Rights in Kazakhstan

    04.27.19
  • The Myth of the Kazakh Economy

    04.24.19
  • Kazakhstan – Between Two Giants

    04.17.19
  • On Press Freedom in Kazakhstan

    04.16.19
  • Turkmenistan, the Laggard in the Exciting Revival of Eurasian States

    03.29.19
  • The AIFC’s International Arbitration Centre: Objectives and Reality

  • Kazakh Police Raid Raises Spectre of China’s Long Arm

    03.11.19
  • Turkic Chinese Soup: A Barometer of anti-Chinese Sentiment

    01.10.19
  • Little-known Turkmenistan Branded a ‘Dangerous and Unstable’ Place to do Business

    01.10.19
  • Happy Anniversary Kazakhstan: What Will the New Year Bring?

  • Reforming Kazakhstan’s Education System and its Foreign Policy Implications

  • Kazakhstan’s Foreign Policy: Building Peace as a Legacy