Zhengizkhan Zhanaltay

Zhengizkhan Zhanaltay

Deputy Director

Zhengizkhan Zhanaltay is a research fellow in the Eurasian Research Institute at H.A.Yassawi Kazakh Turkish International University. Zhengizkhan completed his bachelor’s degree at international relations department of KIMEP University in 2010. He completed his master thesis named ‘Oralmans integration into Kazakhstani Society: Turkish Kazakh Case’ in International Relations department of KIMEP University in 2014. His research interests include international migration politics, labor and ethnic migrants social and economic integration into society and remittance.

Staff's Publications


October 25, 2020

Eurasia Outlook 2019: Economic, Social and Political Perspectives in Eurasia

Since 2015, the Eurasian Research Institute (ERI) has been presenting to the readers weekly e-bulletins that contain current economic, political, cultural, and social developments in the Eurasian region. Over the past five years, many experts, diplomats, politicians, as well as ordinary readers from Turkey, Kazakhstan, and other Eurasian countries have […]
October 25, 2020

United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods: A Tool for Development in Trade and Sales for Kazakhstan and Its Comparison with the Civil Law

United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods shortly known as (CISG) developed by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and signed in Vienna in 1980 which came into force after the ratification of 11 countries in 1988 (UNCITRAL.org, 2019). Currently, 93 countries are […]
July 10, 2020

World Trade Organization’s Regulation Harmonization with Other Organization: Eurasian Economic Union

World Trade Organization (WTO) has been established as GATT in 1947 with the purpose of reducing the tariffs on goods and services to boost the global economic output. The reason why GATT has been turn into World Trade Organization in 1995 is because GATT regulations especially in terms of services, […]
June 29, 2020

Far-Right Parties Rising in the Western End of Eurasia: The Case of Estonia

The past 10 years have been marked by many events such as global economic crises, migration flows, epidemic diseases and their consequences. In many countries, we are witnessing the effects of the series of negative situations on economic, political, and even social life. In a few years after the 2008-2009 […]
March 30, 2020

Current Developments and Trends in Migration Flows to Europe

The civil war in Syria in its ninth year has forced 13 million Syrians forced to leave their homes. Among them 6 million of them relocated within the country and 5,5 million seek refuge abroad. Turkey with its open door policy has received 3,58 million Syrians up until now. In […]
February 5, 2020

Analysis of Trends in Turkey’s Export Structure in Recent Years

As of 2018, the global trade volume reached $19.67 trillion where 10 major economies amounts to 53.3% of the total trade, and the share of developing countries are equal to 44%.   1 Views / Көрулер / Görüntüleme / Просмотры
October 3, 2019

New EU Leadership: Implications for the European Refugee Crisis

One of the largest forced migration crises in this century has entered its ninth year without seeing a light at the end of the tunnel for peace and stability in Syria. Since 2011, 13 million people have been forced to migrate, including around 6.6 million people who relocated to the […]
July 18, 2019

Eurasia Outlook 2018: Economic, Social and Political Perspectives in Eurasia

Since 2015, the Eurasian Research Institute (ERI) has been issuing weekly e-bulletins that contain analytical articles on a wide range of topics related to political, economic and social developments in the Eurasian space, as well as the news block that covers recent activities in the region. As demonstrated by the […]
July 17, 2019

Syrian Migrants in Turkey: From Guests to Settlers

The civil war in Syria between the regime and opposition forces has entered its ninth year in March 2019 forcing 13 million Syrians to leave their homes and migrate to either abroad or safe regions in the country. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ (UNHCR) data, on […]
April 29, 2019

Mediterranean Migrant Crisis: Impact of Irregular Refugee Deals

On March 15, 2019, the civil war in Syria which started after Syrian armed forces used brutal force to crack down on protesters demanding the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad entered its ninth year. The escalation of the conflict between the government and the opposition forces has turned the country […]