Kazakhstan

CONFERENCE CALL: Decline of the West and rise of the rest

Ben Aris in Rhodes October 14, 2019

It was 30 years ago that the Berlin Wall came down, ushering in hopes of a united, peaceful and prosperous world. Today the world is unpredictable and moving towards a new division between East and West. How did we get here?

The Eurasian Union meets Velvet Revolution in Armenia

Eurasianet October 4, 2019

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian managed a delicate balancing act while hosting his authoritarian allies in Yerevan.

Uzbekistan has decided to join EEU says Russian official

Kanat Shaku in Almaty October 3, 2019

Senate speaker states “Uzbek president has made a decision” to apply for membership of the Moscow-led trade bloc.

PROTESTS IN KAZAKHSTAN: New president faces another outbreak of pro-democracy, anti-China rallies

bne IntelliNews September 23, 2019

Efforts to quell tensions have included a move by Tokayev to sanction certain anti-government gatherings, but almost every week now brings a demonstration the authorities won’t tolerate.

Saudi Arabia restores 2mnbpd out of 5.7mnbpd following drone missile attack

Ian Simm in Edinburgh September 18, 2019

Saudi Arabia has already restored 2mn barrels per day (bpd) of oil production from the 5.7mnbpd that were knocked out by last weekend’s drone and missile attack on its largest production facilities at Abqaiq and Khurais.

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