Zhuldyz Kanapiyanova

Zhuldyz Kanapiyanova

Junior Research fellow

Kanapiyanova Zhuldyz was born on 26th of December, 1986. She graduated from high school in 2004 and the same year she admitted to International Relations faculty of Abay Kazakh National Pedagogical University. In the same year she admitted to Ege University (Turkey, Izmir) to make a master degree. She graduated from International Relations Department with knowledge of a foreign language in 2012. Her dissertation theme is “Globalization and International Nuclear Politics”. Now she was a research fellow in the Eurasian Research Institute at Khoca Akhmet Yassawi Kazakh-Turkish International Unive

Staff's Publications


December 10, 2020

Recent Developments on the Iranian Nuclear Agreement

Iranian nuclear program began in the 1950s in the framework of the United States of America’s (USA) “Atom for Peace” program. With the 1979 Iranian revolution, USA’s support was halted and Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) continued to develop its nuclear program itself. However, since the Iranian nuclear program was […]
June 30, 2015

Effects Of The Iranian Nuclear Agreement On The Oil Market

Iran is the fourth oil-rich country (157 billion barrels of proven oil reserves) and the first natural gas-rich country (33.8 trillion cubic meters of proven natural gas reserves) in the world. Before the implementation of sanctions, Iran was the second largest crude oil exporter among the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) […]
April 21, 2015

Framework Agreement on Iran’s Nuclear Program

The tensions between Iran and Western countries, especially with US started to rise in 2003. Since then, Western countries and US have tried to dismantle the Iran’s nuclear program (INP), insisting that in the framework of the INP, Tehran could conduct studies on nuclear weapons. Despite the fact that Iranian […]
March 10, 2015

Iran’s Nuclear Program: Past And Present

Iran’s nuclear program started in the 1950’s. Iran’s first nuclear activities were held by Shah Pahlavi under the “Atoms for Peace” program with the U.S. It has continuously been stated that the program was for peaceful purposes and obtaining nuclear energy. The U.S. and the European countries have continued to support […]