Opposition activist and famed film director Rashid Nugmanov tells TOL of failed party registrations, Kazakhgate, a fabricated request for a pardon, and the hopes and fears of the opposition.CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts–Rashid Nugmanov’s two passions were in full view on a blustery, rainy day at Harvard last month. At a Central Eurasian Studies conference, Nugmanov was a […]
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