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Adil Nurmakov · February, 2008

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 February, 2008

Turkmenistan: Either Gas or Human Rights

Turkmenistan: TV Appearance with Consequences

Uzbekistan: Controversy over Prime Minister

Kazakhstan: The State Will Continue to Rise

Tajikistan: Unrest in Garm, Authorities vs. Opposition

Afghanistan: Refugees Urge BBC to Take Action

Afghanistan: Imagine art after

Kazakhstan: Political Parallels

Kazakhstan: Govt Threatens to Delicense Arcelor Mittal

Kyrgyzstan: President Ponders to Oust US Troops

Uzbekistan: Tycoon Buys English Football Club

Uzbekistan: Reshuffling Again?

Kazakhstan: Park in Almaty

Afganistan: Story Behind Pictures

Kazakhstan: Clinton's Kazakh Affair Is Spinning

Turkmenistan: Flag Day

Tajikistan: Five Star Hotels, No Electricity

Uzbekistan: Deputy General Prosecutor Suddenly Arrested

Afghanistan: Local Charity Aids Needy People

Kazakhstan: State of the Nation

The main event in the country’s politics never passes by the bloggers’ attention. This week it was the time of presidential State of the Nation address. All TV stations and...

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