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|Title:||Kazakhstan: Continuous Improvement or Stalemate in its Relations with China?|
|Abstract:||Over the last two decades Kazakhstan has implemented foreign policies aimed at improving relations with many new geopolitical actors, as well as longstanding common partners such as Russia, on which it was formerly heavily dependent. By utilising its huge hydrocarbon production potential, Kazakhstan has managed to surpass all other Central Asian states in political and economic importance. Kazakhstan has now turned its eyes to China, seeing it as an important and powerful partner in the economic, political and security spheres. This article deals with fundamental issues in Kazakhstan’s relations with China.|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Publications of Richard Rousseau|
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