Kuat Dombay

The author is the Director at the Center for Central Asia Studies “C5+” and a former career diplomat at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kazakhstan. His diplomatic postings included Kazakh embassies in Seoul, New Delhi and London.

Armenia Stands Alone

Azerbaijan has brilliantly completed in one single day its military campaign to restore the country's full control over Karabakh, thus effectively ending 30 years...

Sanctions and Geopolitical Shifts: Analyzing the 11th Package and China’s Role in Eurasia

It has been almost two months since the 11th package of EU sanctions against Russia has been announced but still not adopted. What does...

Railing Central Asia Into the World Economy

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Central Asian Geopolitical Twine

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