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· February, 2009

Stories about Kazakhstan from February, 2009

Kazakhstan: Rally of the opposition

Kazakhstan: Lomography

Kazakhstan: Politics and Society in Times of Crisis

Politics remain the major topic of the online discussions in Kazakhstan – much more frequently and intensely than in public life. One of the most recent events, widely discussed by...

Kazakhstan: Three years after the assassination

Kazakhstan: Grand External Debt

Kazakhstan: Singles unlucky in Pattaya Open

Kazakhstan: Ban on Scientology Church

Kazakhstan: A Kazakh Video Tube

On St. Valentine’s Day, February 14, a Kazakh video hosting project came to life. Dozens of videos with congratulations from celebrities and government officials had been uploaded for the...

Kazakhstan: Legislative reforms ahead of OSCE chairmanship

Kazakhstan: Nationalisation, devaluation and what next?

Kazakhstan: Opposition Insists on Government’s Resignation

Kazakhstan: Devaluation and Blogospghere

On February 4, the National Bank of Kazakhstan ceased maintenance of the national currency tenge (KZT). The measures on retention of the overestimated exchange rate during the last 6 months...

Kazakhstan: Blogger Establishes Contact with the Minister

Kazakhstan: Railroad Sketches

Kazakhstan: Nur Media is On the Air

Kazakhstan: Devaluation and threat of growing prices

Kazakhstan: Kazakh economic miracle shaken

Kazakhstan: End of private banks

Recently, odd things have happened to a number of Kazakh banks and the Kazakh stock market. The spread of ungrounded controversial information sent stocks of three banks plummeting, leading to...

Kazakhstan: Religious Issues Discussed by Bloggers

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