Kazakhstan, which is increasingly viewed as the "buckle on the belt" of China's Belt and Road Initiative, aspires to transform itself into a modern transit hub at the heart of Eurasia. But according to Kazakhstan’s minister for investments and development, Zhenis Kassymbek, in an age of economic globalization, the country must balance the competing interests of East and West if it is to become a preeminent transit hub between Europe and Asia.

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