Kazakhstan’s first president resigned, but he remains fundamentally intertwined with the state.
Interview with Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan Roman Vassilenko
The Central Asian energy giant’s deputy minister of foreign affairs says the current state of relations between Brussels and Kazakhstan presents a unique opportunity to forge closer bilateral relations.
Three women who took part in an anti-government protest are under house arrest on suspicion of belonging to an extremist organisation, police said Sunday, a week ahead of elections in the authoritarian state.
Kazakhstan's young, creative class 'wakes up' – will the rest follow?
At a summit of the Eurasian Economic Union in Kazakhstan, the visiting heads of state were awarded with medals and inducted into the "Order of The First President of The Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev." Or all but one of them were, anyway.
With Wojciech Górecki about the Russian-Chinese game, Moscow’s strategy and about preventing burano talks Małgorzata Schwarzgruber.
Kazakhstan's pretend presidential election contest would not have been complete without a pretend debate among the pretend candidates.
The area around the Lubyanka, the headquarters of Russia's intelligence services - the FSB - in Moscow.
Amirzhan Kosanov, the lone opposition candidate in Kazakhstan’s June 9 presidential election, took the opportunity of Wednesday’s televised debate to demand democratic reforms in the Central Asian nation.
While media gurus chat, the internet has taken a dive
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