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Among Conflicts and Sanctions: Kazakhstan’s Role in Navigating Peace and Resolving Crises

In the tense and complex geopolitical landscape, marked by conflicts and disputes, Kazakhstan is emerging as a potential pivotal intermediary, capable of contributing to...

Counter-Revolution: The need to Safeguard the State From Political Machination in the New Age

With an abundance of threats globally, from external actors seeking to inflame subversion vis-à-vis election interference to internal ‘flashpoints’ ranging from economic, social and...

Building Economic Bridges: Kazakhstan’s Thriving Connection With the US

In the dynamic landscape of global economics, Kazakhstan stands as a beacon of growth and resilience, solidifying its role as a regional leader in...

China-Myanmar Relations: Issues and opportunities

China has profoundly influenced the geostrategic environment in Asia and the Pacific. Myanmar retains a crucial position in emerging Chinese regional order. The direction...

Why are there only 5 permanent seats on the UN Security Council?

United Nations is an international organization of nations. It was created to ensure an environment of mutual cooperation, maintaining security, economic development, social progress...

Will the spread of technology end the nation state?

Nationalism is the life-blood and foundation of the nation-state. As long as there is nationalism, there will be nation-states. Now, the question is will...

What will be the consequences if America attacks North Korea?

The United States' military is by far the most powerful and advanced in the world. There is no point in comparing the military might of...

When will North Korean Regime Collapse?

It is not clear when the North Korean regime will collapse. Predictions of the North Korean regime collapse have thus far did not come true. However, crippling sanctions are taking their tolls...

Beyond the Smoke Screen: Deconstructing American Pivot to Asia

The United States' foreign policy community, academia and think tanks are still debating the idea of American pivot to Asia. According to John Mearsheimer and...

How Much Area Can a Nuclear Bomb Destroy?

As of today, nine countries hold a total of 15000 nuclear weapons according to ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) which are more...

Most Likely Nuclear Targets in the US in the Event of a Nuclear War

In a nuclear war, most likely nuclear targets are the US ICBM sites, command and control centers, nuclear facilities and strategic bomber force or...

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Among Conflicts and Sanctions: Kazakhstan’s Role in Navigating Peace and Resolving Crises

In the tense and complex geopolitical landscape, marked by...

Counter-Revolution: The need to Safeguard the State From Political Machination in the New Age

With an abundance of threats globally, from external actors...

Building Economic Bridges: Kazakhstan’s Thriving Connection With the US

In the dynamic landscape of global economics, Kazakhstan stands...

Corruption: Tanzania on the Road to Recovery?

Tanzania, like many other nations, understands the harmful impact...

CARICOM-BRICS Relations Are in the Spotlight. Here Are Some Takeaways

The argument — voiced in an Aug. 29, 2023 guest editorial...