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Adil Nurmakov · April, 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 April, 2008

Kazakhstan: Bloggers Discuss Elites and Economics

Plitical intra-elite battles and anti-corruption crusades both remain hot topics on the agenda of Kazakhstani blogosphere, but speculations over the looming global food crisis and its implications for Central Asia...

Kazakhstan: Kyrgyz Protest against Concessions to Kazakhstan

Uzbekistan: UK for sanctions suspension

Kazakhstan: Kids at Banks

Kazakhstan: Eurasian Media Forum

Turkmenistan: Tatars Diaspora in Turkmenistran

Kyrgyzstan: Jazz Fest Photos

Afghanistan: Karzai Lives to Rule Kabul for Another Day

Afghanistan: A Battle of Will

Turkmenistan: How many Turkmens are there?

Kazakhstan: NATO Coop. and Regional Integration

Afghanistan: Learning from PRTs

Kyrgyzstan: Pictures from the trip to the country's northern parts

Kazakhstan: Almaty Traffic Jam Photo

Afghanistan: TV stations under government pressure

Kazakhstan: Chevron to Face New Fine

Turkmenistan: Problems of the Opposition

Kyrgyzstan: Controversy over Military Base

Kazakhstan: New Capital's PR in Action?

Afghanistan: Rising Numbers of Suicide Bombings

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