After the abrupt firing of the Kazakh government last week, a new cabinet was immediately approved.
In the three years since the death of President Nazarbayev’s former son-in-law Rakhat Aliyev, investigators and researchers have tried to piece together the schemes that allowed him to launder his significant wealth.
Murat Harri Uyghur, a doctor in Finland, is helping to compile testimonies from other Uighurs in exile about loved ones who may be in Chinese internment camps.
Nurbots fill comment sections across the Kazakh internet. They may not be convincing but they pollute online discourse.
The strongman can keep firing ministers, but analysts feel he’s avoiding Kazakhstan’s bedrock economic problems.
Theyve taken him again, said Munai Taskairat kyzy, sobbing over the phone.
On Tuesday the former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak will go on trial for his alleged role in the 1MDB saga
Despite being banned from the EU, Lyudmila Kozlovska (pictured), president of the Open Dialogue Foundation, has relocated her HQ to Brussels, writes James Hipwell.
Kazakhstan has lots of oil, but it’s hard to reach and doesn’t fetch the best prices. We explain.
Keep calm and carry on is the message to those speculating again about his possible imminent resignation.
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