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At Eurasian Economic Union E-Summit, Tokayev Finds His Voice
May 23, 2020

At Eurasian Economic Union E-Summit, Tokayev Finds His Voice

By Wilder Alejandro Sanchez
Kazakh President Tokayev pushed back on Moscow’s timelines for the EAEU’s 2025 development strategy.

Kazakhstan-ASEAN Relations: Prospects for Greater Engagement
May 15, 2020

Kazakhstan-ASEAN Relations: Prospects for Greater Engagement

By Paradorn Rangsimaporn
Kazakhstan’s central role in China’s BRI and membership in the EAEU present new opportunities for stronger relations between Kazakhstan and ASEAN.
Kazakhstan’s Coronavirus Payments: The Quest for 42,500 Tenge
May 15, 2020

Kazakhstan’s Coronavirus Payments: The Quest for 42,500 Tenge

By Anastassiya Fershtey
The process of receiving financial aid from the Kazakh government turned into a “quest” for Kazakhs.

Kazakhstan Begins Easing Some COVID-19 Restrictions
May 12, 2020

Kazakhstan Begins Easing Some COVID-19 Restrictions

By Catherine Putz
Kazakhstan isn't quite out of the woods, but the government has ended the state of emergency and outlined plans for a staged re-opening.

Kazakhstan’s Richest Sell Almaty Airport
May 11, 2020

Kazakhstan’s Richest Sell Almaty Airport

By Paolo Sorbello
TAV, a Turkish holding, completed the purchase of Almaty International Airport, Kazakhstan's most active airport.

Dariga Nazarbayeva Dismissed From Top Senate Seat
May 05, 2020

Dariga Nazarbayeva Dismissed From Top Senate Seat

By Catherine Putz
First President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s eldest daughter was just dismissed from her post as chair of the Senate. Is it a sign of a power struggle?

Understanding Sinophobia in Central Asia
May 01, 2020

Understanding Sinophobia in Central Asia

By Sebastien Peyrouse
Sinophobia in Central Asia is real. But does that translate into a threat to China’s lasting presence in the region?
Kazakhstan Wins One Small Legal Battle in the Long War With Stati
April 27, 2020

Kazakhstan Wins One Small Legal Battle in the Long War With Stati

By Paolo Sorbello
A landmark High Court decision in London agreed with Kazakhstan's Central Bank, dealing a blow to a Moldovan investor in a long-lasting legal war. 

Jobs at Stake in Kazakhstan’s Energy Sector
April 22, 2020

Jobs at Stake in Kazakhstan’s Energy Sector

By Paolo Sorbello
A drop in Brent oil prices and the emergence of cases of COVID-19 at the Tengiz field are poised to slash investment and hammer employment.

Luca Anceschi on Kazakhstan’s ‘Neo-Eurasianism’
April 21, 2020

Luca Anceschi on Kazakhstan’s ‘Neo-Eurasianism’

By Catherine Putz
Eurasianism, as developed in Kazakhstan, became an official vehicle for the foreign policy vision of Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Uzbekistan Leads Central Asian Diplomacy in the Age of COVID-19
April 02, 2020

Uzbekistan Leads Central Asian Diplomacy in the Age of COVID-19

By Catherine Putz
President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has been ringing his neighbors to coordinate and dispatching aid to Afghanistan.
More Arrests Linked to February Ethnic Violence in Kazakhstan
March 30, 2020

More Arrests Linked to February Ethnic Violence in Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
Kazakh authorities say 25 have been arrested in connection to deadly violence targeting the Dungan community in February.

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