Lebanese politician and former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora named Kazakhstan a prime example for other Muslim countries in his letter to President Nazarbayev.
The organizers of the EXPO-2017 have presented a plan for the online marketing strategy of the upcoming exhibition in Astana.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev and ex-Prime-Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair have had a meeting in Swiss Davos.
Barack Obama insisted Monday he had faith in the Afghan war mission after former Pentagon chief Robert Gates charged the president lacked passion for military action and soured on his own troop surge.
Professor Robin Matthews of the Kingston Business School predicts that Kazakhstan will be among the Top 30 most developed countries by 2025.
S. Korea and the United States signed a new strategic pact that provides a "tailored" deterrence against the specific threat of a nuclear attack from N. Korea.
The US said it saw a "strong consensus" with China on demanding that close Beijing ally North Korea take clear steps to give up its nuclear program.
Strategy-2050 is a strategy. Don’t mess it up with something else and don’t refer to 2050 in every sentence: Nazarbayev to the Government.
International conference called Kazakhstan-2050 Strategy: Prospective Domestic and External Agenda was held in Astana.
Many people were skeptical about Kazakhstan’s future. Foreign analysts and observers believed that Kazakhstan would most probably not be growing a sovereign state, because the country had a demanding geopolitical surrounding, complicated ethnic composition of the population and backward economy: Yerlan Idrissov.
US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta will outline Washington's strategic shift to the Pacific and a tentative rapprochement with Myanmar.
The European Central Bank announced a massive sovereign bond buy up Thursday, brushing aside German opposition to unleash a so-called "big bazooka" against the debt crisis.
China's upcoming political changes represent a breakthrough chance to boost its economy by accelerating reforms and fostering innovation, a European business group said Thursday.
Tunisia's ruling Islamist Ennahda party stressed its "centrist" and "moderate" position, in a resolution adopted Sunday, the fourth day of its first congress at home in 24 years.
Tunisia's ruling Islamist party Ennahda holds its first congress at home in 24 years on Thursday, seeking to clarify its strategy against a backdrop of political and religious tensions in the country.
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- developing countries
- Tony Blair
- Hamid Karzai
- Middle East & Africa
- United States
- Central Asia
- South Korea
- North Korea
- Asia Pacific
- Leon Panetta
- European Central Bank