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Adil Nurmakov · November, 2007

I am a researcher from Almaty, Kazakhstan. I hold Ph.D. in Political Science, run an NGO, several online projects and a personal blog.

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Latest posts by Adil Nurmakov from November, 2007

Turkmenistan: A warm-up in relations with Baku

Kyrgyzstan: Feminism and women’s movement

Uzbekistan: Compulsory Cotton-Picking

Uzbekistan: Harrassing Journalists

Afghanistan: Baghlan Massacre

Afghanistan: Baghlan bombing update

Afghanistan: Another American Movie on Afhan Topic

Turkmenistan: Turkmenbashi's Hidden Wealth

Turkmenistan: New Foreign Education Programs

Kyrgyzstan: OSCE to Monitor Elections

Kazakhstan: Stabilization Money

Kazakhstan: Gangster Movie Hits Box Office

The first Kazakh fully commercial movie – shot, cut and promoted without state support with the purpose to extract money from the box-office – has produced a big debate in...

Kazakhstan: Economic Crisis Aftermaths

In the aftermath of slight economic and financial crisis, which the government prefers to call a “correction of the market”, the bloggers keep on discussing its consequences. Sarimov says that...

Turkmenistan: Strengthening the Army

Kyrgyzstan: Election Thresholds Debated

Kazakhstan: New Blog Studies Competitiveness

Tajikistan: Explosion as an Excuse for the Govt

Kyrgyzstan: The Kyrgyzs Vote in Moscow

Kyrgyzstan: Transgender Remembrance Day in Bishkek

Uzbekistan: Amir Temur's Cult Cultivated

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