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· December, 2007

Stories about Kazakhstan from December, 2007

Kazakhstan: President Eyes Oilfield Dispute's Resolution

Kazakhstan: Faster Internet

Kazakhstan: Dualities in Kashagan Oilfield Dispute

Kazakhstan: Dangerous Places

Kazakhstan: Crisis Has Gone?

Kazakhstan: Debates over Latinization of Kazakh Language

Kazakhstan intends to switch the state language to the Latin script. It was announced that the transition will take 12-15 years. As adam_kesher writes, the plan stirred many disputes and...

Kazakhstan: Almaty travelogue

Kazakhstan: A Possible Kashagan Settlement

Kazakhstan: Construction Crisis Gains Sharper Traits

Kazakhstan: Kazakh-Language Blogosphere's Hot Topics

Kazakhstan: Artpologist Project Presentation

Kazakhstan: New Pipeline, a Putin's Victory

Kazakhstan: Blogosphere’s Self-Reflection

Recently, the Kazakhstani blogosphere has suddenly become interested in what the blogs really are and what sort of impact they have. Bloggers produced series of posts on this topic approximately...

Kazakhstan: 2007 – Filthy Politics and Grapes of Wrath

The passing year was rich in shaking news and political scandals in Kazakhstan, all of which have been finding reflection in the blogosphere’s reactions and online debates. Many of those...

Kazakhstan: The country's strike-back

Kazakhstan: What is Ak-Orda?

Kazakhstan: Zebra Mussels Invade U.S.

Kazakhstan: Offshore Islands as Best Investors and Importers

Kazakhstan: Trial over President's Ex-Adviser Postponed Again

Kazakhstan: Nabucco Pipeline Lacks Commitments

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