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Kazakhstan’s Constitutional Referendum: “The State that Listens to the Voice of the People”

A referendum was held for the amendments and new regulations to be made in the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan on June 5th 2022. According to the Central Referendum Commission, 7,985,769 (68.05%) of 11,734,642 voters participated in the referendum and of 6,163,516 people voted yes in the referendum, while […]


Asya Avrupa No: 73

Değerli okuyucularımız, Avrasya Araştırma Enstitüsü’nün aylık olarak hazırladığı Asya Avrupa Dergisi adına saygılarımızı sunuyoruz. 73. sayımızda da Türk Dünyası ve çevresindeki önemli gelişmelerin nabzını tutan değerlendirmelerle karşınızdayız. Bildiğiniz üzere, yakın geçmişte Nevruz Bayramı’nı idrak ettik. Nevruz; doğanın yeniden uyanışını, gündüzün geceye galebe çalmasını, umutları, yeniliği, ve barışı çağrıştıran bir büyük […]


Possible Effects of the Russia-Ukraine War on Germany

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which started in February 2022, affected not only Moscow-Kiev relations, but also global and regional balances. The war which gradually deepened raised the security concerns for all European countries which also brought the European Union (EU) and Russia relations into a new turning point. Because the […]


The Importance of Journalism in the Sociocultural Context

The cornerstones of any successful society are the media and the press. They are the “Fourth Estate of the realm” – a crucial supporting pillar of statehood to legislature, judiciary and executive to impose and ensure people’s control over other institutions. Independent press has the potential to expose both deliberate […]


Implications of COVID-19 for India’s School Education

Since the breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools in the world were forced to shift their activities into an online mode in order to continue learning during school closures. While in some countries shift to online learning revealed a potential for innovation in school education, in other countries, it […]


The Roots of the Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in August 2021, Afghanistan has been plunged into the worst humanitarian crisis it has ever suffered in the 21st century. According to a recent statement by Dr. Ramiz Alakbarov, UN Deputy Special Representative for the Secretary-General and Resident Coordinator, the number of people […]


Economic Cooperation between Uzbekistan and China

Uzbekistan remains one of the key countries in Central Asia. Since the implementation of the new economic policy, the country’s economic cooperation with external powers, including Russia, China, and the countries of the European Union has deepened considerably. In this sense, China’s presence in Uzbekistan increased significantly. Therefore, this commentary […]


China’s Outward Investments

China’s economic and political rise was driven mainly by its economic reforms, which stimulated a significant inflow of foreign direct investments. These investments allowed China to develop its key sectors, increasing the country’s competitiveness and contributing to the growth of trade. The rise of China’s economy and the accumulation of […]


Japan’s Cybersecurity: Perspectives for Kazakhstan

With the acceleration of digitalization processes, many governments reconsidered the importance of cyber security. Penetration of cutting-edge technologies such as AI, Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud services require a high level of IT expertise, as well as good governance of cyberspace. Kazakhstan, similar to other countries, has […]


Russia-Ukraine Crisis and European Union Energy Concern

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the sanctions against the Kremlin, led by Western countries, are increasing day by day. On February 25th 2022, one day after Russian troops attacked Ukraine at the behest of Vladimir Putin, the US, EU, UK and Canada and some of their allies announced a series […]