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Kazakhstan and the Nuclear Ban Treaty: It’s Complicated
December 01, 2019

Kazakhstan and the Nuclear Ban Treaty: It’s Complicated

By Dauren Aben
Does hosting Russian missile defense testing sites contradict Kazakhstan's commitment to the nuclear ban treaty?

Low Enriched Uranium Bank Officially Operational in Kazakhstan
October 29, 2019

Low Enriched Uranium Bank Officially Operational in Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
With its first delivery of LEU from France, the IAEA-owned and operated bank is officially operational.
Nazarbayev Goes to Washington
January 17, 2018

Nazarbayev Goes to Washington

By Catherine Putz
Bilateral trade, Afghanistan, and North Korea's nukes were on the agenda.

Pugwash and Kazakhstan’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
August 23, 2017

Pugwash and Kazakhstan’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

By Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
No country in peacetime has suffered more from nuclear testing than Kazakhstan or done more to champion the cause of disarmament.

In East Asia, Kazakhstan Pushes for Nuclear Nonproliferation
November 10, 2016

In East Asia, Kazakhstan Pushes for Nuclear Nonproliferation

By Catherine Putz
Astana has made nuclear nonproliferation its global calling card, and it's setting sights on North Korea.

Kazakhstan and US Renew Nonproliferation Partnership
April 22, 2016

Kazakhstan and US Renew Nonproliferation Partnership

By Vladimir Socor, Richard Weitz, and Daniel Witt
The two countries are working together to protect against nuclear terrorism.

Kazakhstan Wants to Move the UN to Asia
September 29, 2015

Kazakhstan Wants to Move the UN to Asia

By Catherine Putz
President Nazarbayev wants the UN to know he's full of ideas for modernizing the body.
Kazakhstan Banks on Nuclear Power
June 03, 2015

Kazakhstan Banks on Nuclear Power

By Catherine Putz
Nuclear non-proliferation has become Astana's international calling card.

Kazakhstan: Nuclear Weapons Free for 20 Years
April 24, 2015

Kazakhstan: Nuclear Weapons Free for 20 Years

By Erlan Idrissov
Kazakhstan’s recent history shows you don’t need a nuclear arsenal to feel safe.

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