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Adil Nurmakov · August, 2009

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 August, 2009

Kazakhstan: On the Efficacy of Government

How professional is the government? Is it rigorous enough in performing its functions? How often does it interfere in matters beyond its competence? These are among the most popular questions...

Kazakhstan: Journalist sentenced to jail

Kazakhstan: Diplomat Accused of Being a Spy

Kazakhstan: The resurrection of Vino

Uzbekistan: Women banned from mosques

Turkmenistan: Students prevented from study abroad

Afghanistan: Elections with better security, worse violations

Kazakhstan: Astana Cycling Team Survives Difficulties

Afghanistan: Reportages on Children

Afghanistan: Televised Presidential Debates

Afghanistan: Independence Day & Elections Eve

Turkmenistan: Ministry of Education clamps down on students

Uzbekistan: Worst Daughter in the World?

Kyrgyzstan: Crackdown on Uighur Protests

Kazakhstan: A bit on KazAtomProm

Afghanistan: Khost Comes Under Attack Again

Uzbekistan: Religion-related murder in Tashkent

Afghanistan: A report someone didn't want you to read

Tajikistan: Language is the key to national self-determination

Kazakhstan: Aktau Trip Travelogue

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