In the Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center issue brief “Kazakhstan and the United States: Twenty Years of Ambiguous Partnership,” Sean R. Roberts, an associate professor of practice in international affairs and director of the International Development Studies Program at The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, examines how the US-Kazakhstan relationship has evolved over three critical periods in the country’s development.

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This issue brief is published in advance of the Atlantic Council conference “Twenty Years of Kazakhstan Independence and US-Kazakhstan Relations” on January 31. Patriciu Eurasia Center issue briefs associated with the conference: