China and Kazakhstan: A Two-Way StreetKenjali Tinibai
Theorists and analysts of Central Asian affairs from the West often see China's role primarily as that of potential suppressor of democratic forces and a drag on the capacity for independent action of the region's states. A less blunt-edged view reveals that Kazakhstan's relations with neighboring China extend well beyond the confines of such a narrow ideological frame.
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