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Adil Nurmakov · May, 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 May, 2011

Afghanistan: Partition of the country as a sensible solution

Afghanistan: “Attorney General Dancing Drunk” scandalous video

Uzbekistan: Presidential daughter launched twitter account

Uzbekistan: Anti-Turkish campaign deepens

Kazakhstan: Suicide Bombing Hits Provincial Office of Nation's Security Service

Yesterday, 17 May, 2011, a suicide bomber exploded himself at the entrance to the regional office of the National Security Committee in Aktobe, a provincial center in Western Kazakhstan. Four...

Kyrgyzstan: KIC reports stirs controversial responses

Uzbekistan: The authorities ban American cartoons

Afghanistan: Battle for Nuristan

Uzbekistan: 6th anniversary of the Andijan uprising

Kazakhstan: Next Richest Man in the Country

Kazakhstan: Two Kazakhstanis in the World News – One Arrested, One Killed

Two Kazakhstanis made it to the international news last week, both in very unfortunate ways. Firstly, Valeriy Tolmachev, an adviser to Kazakhstan's delegation at UNESCO, attacked a flight attendant with...

Afghanistan: US National Archives releases new bin Laden files

Turkmenistan: Dangerous mirage for businessmen

Afghanistan: So Osama’s dead. And?

Kyrgyzstan: International Commission releases report on Osh violence

Turkmenistan: TAPI Continues To Face Challenges

Afghanistan: The massive cost of the war

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