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New Kazakhstan vs. Divided Kazakhstan: Policies Critical for Kasym-Jomart Tokayev

... agreements on the need for consolidation to overcome the crisis. Besides, it is an indicator of the opposition’s weakness and a signal that it should go through a path of renewal, much as the entire political system. The main intrigue of the presidential elections in Kazakhstan in 2022 was the number of votes "against all", since this graph was added to the ballot for the first time since 2004. This was done to measure the mood among that part of the population, who do not support any of the ...


American Attempts to Preserve Hegemony Will Only Make the Transition to a New World Order Harder for Washington

... to counter Beijing’s growing economic activity in, say, Latin America or Africa. Of course, the main potential threats to international leadership lie within the US itself. Therefore, the current political priorities manifested during the midterm elections (inflation, crime, migration, etc.) speak more to the common sense and pragmatism of Americans than to an increasingly isolationist sentiment in society. The fundamental problem in the US is not even some specific manifestation of current economic ...


Washington Likely to Ask EU Allies to Share More Burden on Aid to Kiev after Midterm Race

The new emphasis on China will not change the US position on Ukraine, but it might affect the foreign policy discourse in Washington Foreign policy matters seldom set the US midterm election agenda. The midterm elections of 2022 were no exception from this general rule: American voters turned out to be primarily concerned about such emotional and highly divisive domestic issues as inflation, abortion, immigration, violent crime and climate change. Of course,...


Turkmenistan’s Presidential Elections: What to Expect from the New Head of State?

... nation’s foreign policy can be found, there is no opportunity whatsoever to glean credible information on its economy, society and domestic policy. This article is an attempt to forecast the new president’s agenda by looking back to the presidential elections of the past. Serdar Berdimuhamedow’s Rise to Office Grigory Lukyanov, Nubara Kulieva, Artemy Mironov: Turkey’s Policy in Central Asia: Are Ambitions Well-Founded? Serdar’s father, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, was in power since 2006. He ...


Tactical Retreat: Madrid Makes Concessions to Catalonia and the Basque Country

The future of the negotiations between the center and the autonomies heavily depends on the 2023 Spanish general elections The November 2019 general parliamentary elections in Spain resulted in none of the parties getting an absolute majority needed to form a government. Following two months of negotiations, a left-wing coalition between the PSOE (Spanish Socialist ...


A Country Unprepared for Elections

Postponing the elections provides an opportunity for the interim government and the High National Election Commission of Libya to prepare for their organization better On December 24, 202, the day marking the 70th anniversary of Libya’s independence, national elections ...


Iceland’s Historic(al) Elections

Although Iceland has not become the first European country with a women’s majority in parliament, these elections will certainly go down in history as a test of Icelanders’ trust to their own democracy The morning of September, 26 was a good one for Lenya Run Karim of the Pirate Party. Once the preliminary results were announced, things were clear: ...


Early Elections in Canada: Will the Fourth Wave Get in the Way?

... Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada and leader of the Liberal Party, announced an early parliamentary election and scheduled it for September 20, 2021. Canadian legislation allows the federal government to be in power up to 5 years, so normally, the elections should have been held in 2023. However, the government has the right to call early elections at any time. This year, there will be 36 days for the pre-election campaigns. Carter Boone: The 2021 Canadian Federal Election and the Arctic At the ...


Robert Bosch Academy Forum on Germany’s Federal Election

On September 1, 2021, Robert Bosch Academy, Germany, held a digital international expert forum on the course of Bundestag election campaign, Germany going to the polls on September 26 On September 1, 2021, Robert Bosch Academy, Germany, held a digital international expert forum on the course of Bundestag election campaign, Germany going to the polls on September 26. The experts were addressed by representatives of the major political actors of the Federal Republic of Germany (CDU/CSU, SPD, The...


The 2021 Canadian Federal Election and the Arctic

Rhetorically, the parties present different proposals for the Arctic region but there is a great deal of continuity on the Arctic policy despite changing dynamics in parliament The 2021 Canadian Federal Election On August 15, 2021 , Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid a visit to the new Governor-General Mary Simon, Queen Elizabeth II’s representative in Canada, asking to dissolve parliament and call an election two years ahead of schedule. Trudeau asserts that Canadians must vote on a...


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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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