4970>by Bhavna Dave Appearing stable and fully in control, and resolutely gaining new international partners and integration with the global economy all through 1997, President Nursultan Nazarbaev grew increasingly authoritarian, scornful of public debate, suspicious of free flow of information, and profoundly insecure about any level of opposition. After installing a new government headed by […]

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