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Adil Nurmakov · May, 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 May, 2008

Kazakhstan: Politics and Tractors

These weeks the bloggers have been chewing upon traditionally prominent topics on the Kazakhstani blogosphere — politics and economy. Megakhuimyak says [ru] – “without aspiration to make a global-scale conclusion”...

Kyrgyzstan: Posner in Bishkek

Tajikistan: Kulob Gunfight

Afghanistan: Insurgent Attacks Still Up on the East

Kyrgyzstan: Police Fighting Crime

Kazakhstan: Workshop in Kostanay and Aktobe

Kazakhstan: Medvedev Chooses Kazakhstan First

Afghanistan: View from a grain of sand

Kazakhstan: Nature of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan: Diplomacy of Stars

Kazakhstan: Scandal Royale

Kazakhstan: Top Boxer Played a Trick on Borat

Afghanistan: Memorial Day Review

Kazakhstan: ENRC Goes Charitable

Kazakhstan: Medvedev-Kazakhstan Diplomacy

Afghanistan: Al-Qaida's rising figure

Kazakhstan: President Knows Roots of Food Crisis

Kyrgyzstan: Manas Epos

Afghanistan: To Negotiate or Not To Negotiate?

Afghanistan: Cutting Through the Noise

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