TITLE

Kazakhstan's energy policy: Its evolution and tendencies

AUTHOR(S)
Yesdauletova, Ardak
PUB. DATE
August 2009
SOURCE
Journal of US-China Public Administration;Aug2009, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As a young sovereign state, Kazakhstan tries to conduct policy that makes it an equal partner among other countries of the world community. Rich deposits of oil and natural gas in the country and the Caspian Sea attract the interests of energy consuming states. At the same time, the landlocked position and weak infrastructure lead a more active foreign policy based on the energy factor. This paper is an attempt to study the development of energy policy of Kazakhstan focusing on the country's relations with Russia, China, the USA and the European Union. The complex geopolitical environment and relatively small, young economy of Kazakhstan emerge as the main reasons for conducting multi-vector and balanced foreign policy. The author defines peculiarities and tendencies of possible future developments with respect to Kazakhstan's place in the energy sphere.
ACCESSION #
45669194

 

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