Monthly Archive

November 2018

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 16 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Just where does the Open Dialogue Foundation get its money?

On 13 August this year, Lyudmyla Kozlovska was deported from the EU. The authorities in Brussels had been alerted through the Schengen Information System (SIS) that the Ukrainian posed a danger to Pol... read more..

Events and opinions

Rudi Giuliani’s ‘Mystery Trips’ to Russia, Armenia and Ukraine! POSSIBLE LINKS TO TRUMP AND MONEY-LAUNDERING?

"The faults of the burglar are the qualities of the financier." – George Bernard Shaw, Major Barbara, 1905. The complaint was filed by Avaaz, a global human rights organization in Washington. read more..

Events and opinions

Long-Closed Uzbekistan Opens Up to the World

Tashkent, Uzbekistan - For the first time in a generation, Tashkent has an outward-looking foreign policy. During its first 25 years of independence, Uzbekistan was a prickly neighbor, mired in dis... read more..


US Charges Venezuelan Billionaire in $1 Billion Currency Fraud

United States federal prosecutors charged on Tuesday the owner of a Venezuelan news network with money laundering and bribery for his role in a billion-dollar currency exchange scheme to which a forme... read more..


Investigation: Obscure Scottish firm takes control of an entire Asian nation

Uzbek TV says billionaire Alisher Usmanov - once named as Britain's richest man - is helping to rebuild his country with huge investments. Yet a paper trail leads to a Scottish shell firm. Chief Rep read more..


Top law firm linked to subject of UK's first unexplained wealth order

Mishcon de Reya advised British Virgin Islands company owned by Zamira Hajiyeva One of London’s most prestigious law firms and the Swiss arm of Barclays Bank provided services to an offshore compan... read more..

Events and opinions

Kazakhstan, China hold talks on fate of diaspora in Xinjiang

Astana buys Beijing's talk of ethnic Kazakhs serving as a "living bridge." Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov, far left, meeting with China's Ambassador Zhang Xiao, second from left.... read more..

Events and opinions

Interview: Joanna Lillis sheds light on Kazakhstan’s secrets

Kazakhstan is an Asian country with an important role to play in the region, thanks to its geographical position and to the energy rich soil. Located in the heart of Central Asia, between two powerful... read more..

Events and opinions

Trading In Kazatomprom’s Shares Has Been Commenced On Astana International Exchange

Astana International Exchange (AIX) is pleased to announce that trading in shares of JSC NAC “Kazatomprom” (Kazatomprom) and conditional trading of Global Depository Receipts of “Kazatomprom” has been... read more..

Events and opinions

Kazakhstan: The jihadis that never were?

It is not religious extremism that appears to unnerve Kazakhstan’s government, but dissent. Askhat Sharbat stood up in a Kazakh court earlier this month and admitted to a litany of grave offenses. ... read more..

Events and opinions

The Disappeared. An Inside Look at China's Reeducation Camps

A million Muslims are being held in reeducation camps in northwestern China, where they are forced to learn Mandarin and sing communist songs. Ex-prisoners who have escaped across the border to Kazakh... read more..

Events and opinions

Swiss oil trader accused of profiting from ties to elites in Kazakhstan

The NGO Public Eye has accused Vitol, the second largest company in Switzerland, of using a discreet joint venture to conceal links to powerful elites in Kazakhstan, helping the company win lucrative ... read more..

Events and opinions

Kazakhstan: Attack on Trade Union Leader

Unidentified assailants viciously attacked a local trade union leader in Kazakhstan on the evening of November 10, 2018, Human Rights Watch said today. Dmitry Senyavskii, leader of the Karaganda re... read more..


It is time for an International Anti-Corruption Court

This need is especially pertinent when it occurs in states in which the criminal justice administration is not up to the task of preventing, combating, investigating and prosecuting those involved in ... read more..


Money-laundering crackdown on public schools and law firms

Estate agents, high street solicitors and accountants who facilitate about £100bn of money-laundering in the UK but are failing to report suspicious activity face a crackdown under a government drive ... read more..


Jewellery linked to £16m Harrods woman seized

The jewellery seized by officers: A diamond cluster and bar necklace, a magic Alhambra bracelet, a diamond Panthere pendant and a sapphire and ruby serpent pendantNCAThe 49 items of jewellery were sei... read more..

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