Dinara Taldybayeva

Dinara Taldybayeva

Junior Research fellow

In 1983, born in South Kazakhstan region city of Turkestan. In 2000, Taldybayeva entered in Akhmet Yassawi International Turkish Kazakh University economy faculty department of International Relations. In 2004, she graduated with International Relations specialization and in 2005 started to work at the same department as secretary. In 2006, she continued to work as lecturer. In 2009, she won the Akhmet Yassawi University Board of Trustees scholarship for postgraduate study at the Gazi University department of International Relations. In 2012, Taldybayeva completed his master degree with his di

Staff's Publications

May 5, 2021

Latest Developments in TurkStream Natural Gas Pipeline

Turkey is an important country that functions as a bridge in the transportation of energy resources between producer and consumer countries. The TurkStream natural gas pipeline project, which targets the European market, strengthens the position of Turkey by transferring the Russian gas via the Black Sea to Turkey and then […]
May 4, 2020

Turkey’s Public Diplomacy Activities in Kyrgyzstan

Public diplomacy methods are becoming increasingly important for states to achieve their goals in line with their foreign policy agendas and strategies. Over the last 10 years, Turkey has also made considerable strides in its international relations, establishing new institutions and restructuring pre-existing ones. In this regard, Turkey’s public diplomacy […]
February 14, 2020

Turkey’s Public Diplomacy Activities in Kazakhstan

Nowadays, along with hard power, countries actively use soft power in their foreign policy. As it is known, hard power is based on the use of military, economic or political force. The concept of soft power, which was first introduced by Joseph Nye in 2004, is used as an alternative […]
January 5, 2020

Transport Potential of ECO Region

Developed and developing countries, in addition to taking part in international integration initiatives, strive for creating regional unions among themselves. One such regional structure is the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO), which focuses on contributing to the development of its member states, removing trade barriers within the ECO region, improving intra-regional […]
July 29, 2019

Turkstream Gas Pipeline: Impact on Strategic Relations in Eurasia

The fact that the energy factor has become more and more important in today’s world is reflected in foreign policies of many countries. World energy resources are limited and insufficient for all the countries to meet their energy needs. For this reason, there is a constant debate on energy related […]
May 8, 2019

Western China-Western Europe Corridor: Problems and Solutions

The Western China-Western Europe transport corridor can be considered as the largest infrastructure project between China, Russia and Kazakhstan, extending from the South China Sea (Lyanyungan) to the Baltic Sea (Saint Petersburg). The issue of this transport corridor was first raised in the 2005 letter to the Founding President of […]
March 5, 2019

China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor: Interests of the Parties

On June 24, 2016, during the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit in Tashkent, the presidents of China, Mongolia and Russia agreed on the China-Mongolia- Russia Economic Corridor (CMREC), which is an important project of Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The project aims at realizing joint projects in areas such […]
December 4, 2018

Iran-Pakistan-India Gas Pipeline: Implementation Issues

The Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) gas pipeline project was first initiated by Iran in mid-1990s in order to transport the Iranian gas through Pakistan to India. However, the idea itself was first proposed in the late 1950s in a scientific article published by the Military College of Engineering, Pakistan. The idea came […]
September 20, 2018

Iran-Pakistan Cooperation in Ensuring Regional Security: the Balochistan Problem

At present, the issues of ensuring and strengthening regional security, as well as intensifying the fight against the threat of terrorism and separatism, remain among the main strategic priorities of many states. In this respect, Iran and Pakistan are no exception. Over the past decades, Tehran and Islamabad have faced […]
June 14, 2018

The Role of Pakistan in China’s Transportation Projects

Within the framework of the New Silk Road strategy, China is focused on the implementation of its long-term strategic Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which includes the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road projects. Unveiled during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Astana in September […]