October 16, 2021
Kazakhstan’s Light Rail Corruption Case Drags on
By Paolo Sorbello
The capital’s light rail might never be built, and the corrupt officials that stole public funds might never be convicted.
November 18, 2020
Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai or Nur-Sultan: Where is the Future of Asian Arbitration?
By Joël Ruet
With Beijing spooking some investors in Hong Kong, other Asian cities are angling for prominence as arbitration centers.
June 06, 2019
Continuity and Change: Kazakhstan Hurtles Toward Election Day
By Catherine Putz
On June 9, Kazakhstan will elect its first non-Nazarbayev president.
March 27, 2019
Kazakhstan’s Transition: Nazarbayev Steps Down, But He’s Not Out
By Ankit Panda
Catherine Putz joins the podcast to explain Nursultan Nazarbayev’s decision to resign the Kazakh presidency.