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Kazakhstan Crisis Not as Bad as Many Think

Kazakhstan Crisis Not as Bad as Many Think

Kazakhstan is not a case of yet another authoritarian state descending into chaos. On the contrary, the largest economy of Central Asia weathered a major political crisis threatening its stability, and rather quickly. President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has appointed a new Cabinet and declared that economic and political reforms will accelerate. Policy continuity is for all to see.

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