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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

  • The Uyghur Militant Threat: China Cracks Down and Mulls Policy Changes

    08.15.18
  • Kazakhstan Setting a Global Precedent in Defense and Security Industry Focus

  • Kazakhstan Expands its Role in Nuclear Security Issues

  • Kazakhstan Should Have a Bigger Role In UN Peace Operations

  • What is the Price of the Next Cold War?

  • Solving Central Asia’s Water Crisis

    05.19.17
  • Asian Ports: Pitfalls of China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative

    02.27.17
  • Kazakhstan: A Key Player in Eurasia’s Energy Security “Club”

  • Will Human Rights Ever Matter in Central Asia?

    12.01.15
  • Reflections from the Congress of Leaders of World Religions

    06.28.15
  • A Jump Start for Sustained Peacebuilding

    06.03.15
  • Doomsday Clock Must Be Reversed. We Can Do It