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With Media Law Amendments, Kazakhstan Deals a Blow to Press Freedom
January 03, 2018
With Media Law Amendments, Kazakhstan Deals a Blow to Press Freedom
Astana consulted journalists on revisions to the country's media law, and then ignored their recommendations.
With Media Law Amendments, Kazakhstan Deals a Blow to Press Freedom
Another Independent News Outlet Shuts Down in Kazakhstan
April 19, 2017
Another Independent News Outlet Shuts Down in Kazakhstan
Radiotochka, a respected radio and web news outfit, will phase out due to financial difficulties.
Another Independent News Outlet Shuts Down in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan Sentences 2 Journalists for Embezzlement
October 03, 2016
Kazakhstan Sentences 2 Journalists for Embezzlement
Astana says the father-son pair embezzled millions, others call the convictions politically motivated.
Kazakhstan Sentences 2 Journalists for Embezzlement
US Judge Rejects Kazakhstan’s Facebook Demands
March 08, 2016
US Judge Rejects Kazakhstan’s Facebook Demands
Astana can’t use the U.S. court system to get the IP addresses of users associated with Respublika
US Judge Rejects Kazakhstan’s Facebook Demands
Kazakh Authorities Detain Head of the National Press Club
February 22, 2016
Kazakh Authorities Detain Head of the National Press Club
Media rights advocates say the case is politically motivated.
Kazakh Authorities Detain Head of the National Press Club
How to Quit the Kazakh Media Game
December 12, 2015
How to Quit the Kazakh Media Game
Russia vs Turkey and Uzbekistan’s co-opting of the ISIS threat; weekend reads.
How to Quit the Kazakh Media Game
Kazakhstan Goes After Opposition Media in New York Federal Court
August 07, 2015
Kazakhstan Goes After Opposition Media in New York Federal Court
The government of Kazakhstan tries to use a U.S. federal statute to take down an opposition newspaper.
Kazakhstan Goes After Opposition Media in New York Federal Court
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