Kazakhstan launches what it hopes will be an incubator for digital money and financial technology startups.
China is projected to buy an ever-increasing share of Kazakh and Central Asian energy in the coming years.
The use of punitive psychiatry against political opponents appears to be on the upswing in post-Soviet states.
President Nazarbaev criticizes religious clothing for being at odds with secular nature of the state.
Nation’s leader revives a pet project to modernize the alphabet, and with it, Kazakh national identity.
Kyrgyz and Kazakh authorities close online groups, question children over social media ‘death groups.’
In the name of security, mobile phone and internet users face mounting restrictions and higher costs.
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