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Adil Nurmakov · September, 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 September, 2009

Afghanistan: Is Withdrawal a Surrender?

Kyrgyzstan: Celebrations of Eid al Fitr

Kazakhstan: Playing the Borat card

Turkmenistan: Reforms back on the shelf?

Kazakhstan: Interview with the author of a comic book about Kazakhstan

Afghanistan: Threat to Germany

Afghanistan: Captain Semrau Goes to Trial

Uzbekistan: Freedom of faith questioned

Turkmenistan: Ashgabat hosts ICT events

Afghanistan: Mullah Omar's New Statement

Mongolia: Central Asian blues

Kazakhstan: Propaganda Allergies

As megakhuimyak described it, last week in Kazakhstan “the senility grew ever stronger.” The country is astir over the president’s former son-in-law, Rakhat Aliev, now émigré enemy of the state...

Kazakhstan: Right activist to continue his work in jail

Turkmenistan: Cries from the Bedroom

Tajikistan: Free cheese and a mousetrap

Afghanistan: Riots in Ghazni, the Province Falls

Afghanistan: New Blog in Kunar

Kazakhstan: Informal summit of the Caspian Sea states

Afghanistan: Growing presence of Taliban

Afghanistan: Rethinking “Af-Pak”

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