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The Future of Kazakhstan’s Multi-vector Policy

Kazakhstan must continue its multi-vector policy by deepening its non-Russian relationships, while shifting its focus to internal challenges.
April 28, 2016
By Joshua Noonan
In its first decades of freedom, Kazakhstan’s sovereignty has been guaranteed through a cunning policy of external balancing made famous in its “multi-vector policy.” After Kazakhstan acceded to the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) in 2014, many regional experts concluded that Astana was secure in Moscow’s orbit. This act swiftly led to the conclusion that its much-vaunted multi-vector foreign policy had ended. However, recent moves by Kazakhstan and the European Union (EU) signal that there is some life …read more

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