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Adil Nurmakov · October, 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 October, 2009

Uzbekistan: Oppositionist returns from exile

Kyrgyzstan: Administrative reform

Kazakhstan: Atomic Lake

Turkmenistan: Trafficking in human beings

Afghanistan: Who will benefit from re-vote?

Turkmenistan: Government Puts Obstacles to Peace Corp

Mongolia: Luxury Brand Explosion

Kazakhstan: Boxing Scandal To Be Decided in Rematch

Tajikistan: Militants in the Valley

Kazakhstan: economic paradoxes, sexism and the decline of science

Kazakhstan’s bloggers continue to discuss topics of social relevance Last week, online discussions touched on various subjects. The blogger Lord-Fame was visited by tax authorities, who found his company to...

Tajikistan: Me No Speak the Tajik

Afghanistan: Jordanian royals fighting in Afghanistan?

Kyrgyzstan: UNESCO against fountains in Osh

Kyrgyzstan: Gypsies community

Tajikistan: President Rahmon in on the Tour

Turkmenistan: Students banned from study abroad

Kazakhstan: Architectural Astana

Uzbekistan: Auction of children’s sweat

Afghanistan: Kamdesh Area

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