Kazakh Strongman Leaves Unfinished Business in Rush to Secure Legacy (Nikkei Asian Review)

The resignation of Kazakhstan’s president of 29 years has left the remaining leadership with a massive juggling act — harnessing the country’s ample resources and diversifying its economy while also managing the interests of powerful neighbors. READ MORE

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