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What's Behind the Influx of Glittering Kazakhstan Op-Eds?
December 16, 2016

What's Behind the Influx of Glittering Kazakhstan Op-Eds?

By Casey Michel
Perhaps the country's 25th independence anniversary and new leadership coming to Washington.
Trump and Nazarbayev’s ‘Miracle’ Chat
December 05, 2016

Trump and Nazarbayev’s ‘Miracle’ Chat

By Casey Michel
The next US president seems to have a predilection for praising autocrats.

What to Expect From US Central Asia Policy Under President Trump
November 14, 2016

What to Expect From US Central Asia Policy Under President Trump

By Casey Michel
More of the same policy of neglect, save for added mutual admiration of authoritarian tactics and kleptocratic expansion.

Trump's Ties to Transnational Corruption
October 20, 2016

Trump's Ties to Transnational Corruption

By Casey Michel
A bit more light on the manner in which post-Soviet elites access American property markets, and presidential nominees.

From Almaty to Soho: Did a Kazakh Oligarch Launder Money Through a Trump Property?
October 20, 2016

From Almaty to Soho: Did a Kazakh Oligarch Launder Money Through a Trump Property?

By Catherine Putz
A Financial Times investigation picks through the murky path from the former mayor of Almaty to Trump Soho.
5 Central Asian Foreign Ministers Convene in Washington
August 03, 2016

5 Central Asian Foreign Ministers Convene in Washington

By Catherine Putz
The C5+1 is Washington's latest attempt at making diplomatic progress, of any kind, in Central Asia.

The Unsurprising Doldrums of US-Central Asia Trade
August 03, 2016

The Unsurprising Doldrums of US-Central Asia Trade

By Casey Michel
Washington's trade with Central Asia experienced a drastic drop in 2015 and recovery prospects look dim.
Kazakhstan, Seeking Hacker Identities, Takes on Kim Dotcom
May 13, 2016

Kazakhstan, Seeking Hacker Identities, Takes on Kim Dotcom

By Catherine Putz
A New Zealand court has ordered Mega to turn over user information in a Kazakhstan leaked government documents case.

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.

US Judge Rejects Kazakhstan’s Facebook Demands
March 08, 2016

US Judge Rejects Kazakhstan’s Facebook Demands

By Casey Michel
Astana can’t use the U.S. court system to get the IP addresses of users associated with Respublika

Kazakhstan Fails to Foil Opposition Newspaper in a US Court
November 05, 2015

Kazakhstan Fails to Foil Opposition Newspaper in a US Court

By Casey Michel
The court sided with Respublika, saying that a newspaper can, indeed, report on stolen documents.
Kerry: US Respects Kazakhstan's Sovereignty
November 05, 2015

Kerry: US Respects Kazakhstan's Sovereignty

By Casey Michel
The U.S. wants the region’s states to know it respects their sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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