Nazarbayev’s Own Version of Kazakhstan’s Oil History
In a new autobiography, the former president fabricates some stories, omits others
Sanctioned Goods Continue to Find Their Way to Russia via Kazakhstan
The EU envoy says there is still work to do
Eurasian Regional Alliances Weakened with Armenia on the Way Out
Armenia’s leadership is vocal about its dissatisfaction with the CIS and the CSTO
“Being a Lawyer in Kazakhstan is Nothing Like in Hollywood Movies”
A reportage follows the daily life of three lawyers involved in January Events cases.
It’s Important to Talk About Violence Against Women and Demand Change
Editorial statement by Vlast
“The main trap of patriarchy is self-doubt and fear”
Erden Zikibay discusses sexism, male privilege, and the good but silent majority, as well as why feminism represents a vaccine against violence.
“The Caspian Sea Can Have an Impact on the Climate of the Northern Hemisphere”
A conversation between climate and water scientists on the state of the Caspian Sea
A Methane Leak Continues Unbridled in Western Kazakhstan
Detected by satellites after an accident at a gas field months ago, the leak has not been stopped yet
Civilians Caught in the Crossfire as Israel-Palestine Conflict Escalates
The UN reports of more than 400,000 people displaced
The Week in Kazakhstan: The Nationalization Shuffle
An oil company and a power plant become property of the state. KASE and AIX to merge.
“We want to help Kazakhstan fulfill its green potential”
An exclusive interview with Leo Docherty, UK Minister for Europe