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Kazakhstani Narratives About Aktobe Solidify
June 17, 2016
Kazakhstani Narratives About Aktobe Solidify
Kyrgyzstan's mine headache, European and Eurasian integration, timekeeping in the Pamirs; weekend reads.
Kazakhstani Narratives About Aktobe Solidify
After Aktobe Attacks, Many Questions Remain
June 10, 2016
After Aktobe Attacks, Many Questions Remain
Astana is looking abroad for demons to blame for the violence last weekend.
After Aktobe Attacks, Many Questions Remain
Nazarbayev Speaks: Warns of a Color Revolution in Kazakhstan
June 09, 2016
Nazarbayev Speaks: Warns of a Color Revolution in Kazakhstan
The Kazakh president blamed instigators from abroad for recent violence and protests.
Nazarbayev Speaks: Warns of a Color Revolution in Kazakhstan
Russian Defense Minister Visits Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan
June 08, 2016
Russian Defense Minister Visits Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan
Sergei Shoigu embodies Moscow's concerns about whether Central Asia can manage security, internally and on its periphery.
Russian Defense Minister Visits Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan
Kazakhstan: Accused Coup Makers, Attacks, and Silence at the Top
June 07, 2016
Kazakhstan: Accused Coup Makers, Attacks, and Silence at the Top
“The head of the state is maintaining this issue under his control.”
Kazakhstan: Accused Coup Makers, Attacks, and Silence at the Top
Kazakh Authorities Blame Aktobe Violence on 'Radical, Non-Traditional Religious Movements'
June 06, 2016
Kazakh Authorities Blame Aktobe Violence on 'Radical, Non-Traditional Religious Movements'
After shoot-outs at two gun shops in Aktobe, attackers stole a bus and rammed the gates of a National Guard base.
Kazakh Authorities Blame Aktobe Violence on 'Radical, Non-Traditional Religious Movements'
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