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Can US Legislation Halt INTERPOL Abuse by Central Asian Autocrats?
September 13, 2019

Can US Legislation Halt INTERPOL Abuse by Central Asian Autocrats?

By Ian J. Lynch
Bipartisan legislation introduced this week seeks to tackle abuse of INTERPOL by autocracies.
The Meridian Highway Through Central Asia
September 13, 2019

The Meridian Highway Through Central Asia

By Austen Dowell
Does a rising road lift all cargo trucks?

Kazakh President Tokayev Goes to Beijing
September 12, 2019

Kazakh President Tokayev Goes to Beijing

By Eleanor Albert
What's on the China-Kazakhstan agenda?

What Drives Chinese Arms Sales in Central Asia?
September 11, 2019

What Drives Chinese Arms Sales in Central Asia?

By Yau Tsz Yan
The Chinese military technology industry is becoming a serious leader in Central Asia.

#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law
August 29, 2019

#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law

By Colleen Wood
In Kazakhstan, discussion about sexual violence -- and how it’s treated under the law -- has hit a tipping point.
Web Giants Counter Kazakhstan's Spying Tool
August 27, 2019

Web Giants Counter Kazakhstan's Spying Tool

By Paolo Sorbello
US firms are taking measures to ensure that traffic through their browsers is not intercepted by Kazakhstan's authorities.

What’s the Price of Freedom? Kazakh Activist Accepts Plea Deal
August 19, 2019

What’s the Price of Freedom? Kazakh Activist Accepts Plea Deal

By Catherine Putz
Serikzhan Bilash was released with a fine and a promise to end his activism for ethnic Kazakhs detained in China.
Russia, Iran, Others Debate How to Split Caspian Oil Riches
August 13, 2019

Russia, Iran, Others Debate How to Split Caspian Oil Riches

By Alexander Vershinin
The convention signed last year still has not been ratified by Russia or Iran.

Some Freed, Some Not by Kazakhstan's Justice System
August 05, 2019

Some Freed, Some Not by Kazakhstan's Justice System

By Paolo Sorbello
In July, Kazakhstan's courts kept several “uncomfortable” people behind bars while releasing a handful of others.

Kazakh Xinjiang Activist’s Trial Begins With Relocation, Incitement Charges Linger
July 29, 2019

Kazakh Xinjiang Activist’s Trial Begins With Relocation, Incitement Charges Linger

By Catherine Putz
A judge quickly agreed to send the case to Almaty; Serikzhan Bilash is charged with inciting violence against Chinese.

Climate Change: An Omitted Security Threat in Central Asia
July 22, 2019

Climate Change: An Omitted Security Threat in Central Asia

By Khamza Sharifzoda
The impacts of climate change in Central Asia will be serious.
Sebastien Peyrouse on the EU's New Central Asia Strategy
July 16, 2019

Sebastien Peyrouse on the EU's New Central Asia Strategy

By Catherine Putz
What are Europe’s main interests in Central Asia and how does the EU plan to pursue them?

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