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Adil Nurmakov · February, 2011

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 February, 2011

Uzbekistan: Exit visa requires a no-whore plea

Kyrgyzstan: Interim president won't seek re-election

Tajikistan: Egyptian echo makes the government mull constitutional reform

Kyrgyzstan: Central Asia's largest market affected by Customs Union

Kyrgyzstan: Parliament names mountain after the Russia's strongman

Uzbekistan: Unauthorized use of energy

Afghanistan: The price paid by children for the conflict

Afghanistan: EU police training mission risks failure

Uzbekistan: US official visits Tashkent

Afghanistan: Taliban and al-Qaeda ‘distinct groups with different goals’

Kyrgyzstan: The ghost of state-level racketeering returns

Turkmenistan: Fake concert as a sign of longing for more freedom

Tajikistan: Dead insurgent lives forever online

Tajikistan: Opposition Member Severely Beaten

Afghanistan: Planning failure puts billions at risk

Uzbekistan: Contemplating life after Karimov

Kyrgyzstan: Threat of radical islamists

Kazakhstan: Referendum Cancelled, Elections Announced

A group of citizens initiated a drive for signatures in support of a referendum to extend the incumbent president's authority until 2020 without elections, a move that was widely believed...

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