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  • Kazakhstan and NATO’s Partnership for Peace Program

    24.11.2017 | E-Bulletin | International Relations | 68 Dauren Aben

    Kazakhstan has been engaged in bilateral relations with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) since 1992, when the country joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council (NACC) established by the alliance in December 1991 as a forum to discuss and coordinate security issues with its new partners. Kazakhstan’s practical security cooperation with NATO officially started in May 1994, when it signed a framework document of the Partnership for Peace (PfP) program launched in January 1994 to allow developing interaction between NATO and non-member states in the Euro-Atlantic area.

    Tags: Kazakhstan, NATO, International Relations

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  • Senior Research fellow

    Dauren Aben

    Dauren Aben holds a Master’s in International Relations from Kainar University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, and a Master’s in International Policy Studies and certificates in nonproliferation studies, conflict resolution, and commercial diplomacy from the California-based Monterey Inst