Can Kazakhstan create an international financial centre in the middle of the steppes or is it just the latest central Asian pipe dream?
Kazakh authorities said on Friday they would buy 450 billion tenge ($1.2 billion) of agricultural sector loans from Tsesnabank in order to boost its financial strength, while the country's No.2 lender reshuffled its management.
The new fall of the Kazakh tenge against the US dollar has again hit the pockets and purchasing power of ordinary Kazakhstanis.
For most of the past 25 years, the issue of saving the Aral Sea has dominated all discussions of water sharing and use in Central Asia.
Tony Blair – friend to dictators, enemy of socialist principles – wants a breakaway party. It would be a vehicle for the powerful
With the outlines of its six idle cranes obscured by thick fog and pouring rain, Kazakhstan's Caspian seaport Aktau seems an unlikely stop on China's much-hyped new silk road.
A massive corruption trial is to kick off on Tuesday, involving hundreds of millions of dollars in alleged bribes, top executives of Sweden's largest telecommunications company and the jet-set daughter of the late president of Uzbekistan.
Just as a reminder of how far we’ve come, and have so much further to go in #TrumpRussia. And Mueller’s following the money is a specialty of the FBI/DoJ.
Kazakhstan restricts freedom of religion and belief, along with interlinked freedoms of expression, association, and assembly.
Headlines around the world described Ilya Ilyin as a "horse-meat powered Kazakh" after he won his second Olympic gold medal at London 2012.
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