Vladislav Inozemtsev discusses the economic and social parallels between Russia and Kazakhstan
Max Hess unpicks why the Kremlin has activated the CSTO to help quell civil unrest in Kazakhstan
Olga Gulina looks into how Eurasian countries have set about vaccinating their populations
Vladislav Inozemtsev on what the COVID-19 pandemic means for the Eurasian Economic Union
Why has Moscow given up on its radar station in Kazakhstan, and what is the fate of the sites in Belarus, asks Pavel Luzin?
Irina Busygina and Mikhail Filippov on the last attempt at pro-Russian integration in the post-Soviet space
Evgeny Troitskiy on the ups and downs of economic integration in the post-Soviet space
Stanislav Shkel on why Putin will not copy Nazarbayev’s succession model
For a long time, the political regimes of Russia and Kazakhstan were moving in one direction but, over time, the two countries began to display different trends.
Kazakhstan’s growth forecasts are rosier than Moscow’s. Here’s why that matters.