Articles by Arkady Dubnov

Nazarbayev on the Rocks: 'Terror,' 'Coup' Claims Shake Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan, the second-largest state of the former Soviet Union, has always stood out for the stability of its political regime. In office since 1989, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev is a champion of sorts, having held onto power longer than any other leader of a former Soviet republic.

Russia's Neighbors Are Silent on Syria (Op-Ed)

A month after Russia began its intervention in Syria, other post-Soviet leaders are conspicuous mainly by their silence on the military operation there.