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Adil Nurmakov · April, 2010

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, 2010

Afghanistan: Taliban reintegration plans

Afghanistan: Kabul’s Restaurant Raids

Kyrgyzstan: Ousted president denies resignation

Turkmenistan: Same neighborhood, worlds apart

Tajikistan: The scandalous lawsuit backpedaled

Kyrgyzstan: Resignation faxed

Turkmenistan: Healthcare system in shadow of secrecy

Kazakhstan: Nazarbayev on a visit to Washington, D.C.

Kazakhstan: Internet Users Love Opera

Afghanistan: Forgotten Hindus and Sikhs

Afghanistan: The insurgency leader speaks up

Mongolia: Earthquake in Ulaanbaatar

Kyrgyzstan: Social Media Matters

Kyrgyzstan: President Bakiev fled, resigned

Kazakhstan: Long-Awaited Almaty Metro

Afghanistan: Grapples with drug problem

Kazakhstan: Birds, Polish tragedy and Governance

Discussions of the Kazakhstani bloggers this week were centered around three topics, all related to the deep-rooted problems of governance in the country.

Kazakhstan: Uranium World Bank Becomes A Reality?

Afghanistan: Some Tricky Numbers

Uzbekistan: Black market currency trade

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