Kazakhstan’s transformation through political reforms and constitutional amendments

Over the last few years, Kazakhstan has undergone significant political changes under the leadership of President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. He has initiated a series of progressive reforms designed to strengthen state institutions and empower citizens’ rights. […]

Ingrida Šimonytė

A revealing detail about the upcoming presidential elections: something no other politician can boast

If the conservatives decide to send Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė to next year’s presidential elections, she would start from a very uncomfortable position, explains Saulius Spurga, a political scientist at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU), […]


За линией фронта и все еще на войне: как сделать свой вклад находясь в тылу

Война повсюду. На самом деле в Украине очень мало вполне безопасных мест. Среди таких тыловые области, как вот самый западный регион – Закарпатье. За всю войну сюда только раз долетала ракета уничтожив объект железнодорожной инфраструктуры. […]

Foreign affairs

BRICS: a counter-cultural alliance with a “brick” for Putin

Whenever I am asked to describe the international entity known by the strange name of BRICS, I start with a different answer. I do not understand what formally (or, perhaps more importantly, informally) unites Brazil, […]


The most in-demand professions of the future: is IT still the only way to succeed?

The mass redundancies in the information technology (IT) sector at leading companies such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Meta and others show that the list of the most sought-after professionals in the global labour market is […]