Artem Dankov

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PhD in History, Associate Professor, Department of World Politics, Tomsk State University

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New Kazakhstan vs. Divided Kazakhstan: Policies Critical for Tokayev

On November 20, 2022, Kazakhstan saw an early presidential election. According to the amendments made to the country’s constitution this fall, the head of...

New Reality: Kazakhstan Searching for Its Place in The Global Economy

Today, the global economy is being put to the test. The list of challenges includes the special military operation in Ukraine, large-scale anti-Russian sanctions,...

A Post-Crisis Kazakhstan: Economic and Social Transformation

Preconditions for protests The deepening gap between what can be seen as economic successes and the low quality of life that a majority of the...

The Paradoxes of Social and Economic Development in Central Asia

Central Asia is a region with very uneven social and economic dynamics. It is rapidly breaking down into areas with different quality of life, economic growth,...

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