by Aldar Kusainov The recent criminal convictions of two leading political opposition figures in Kazakhstan have effectively crushed a significant challenge to Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s authority. But in relying on heavy-handed tactics to preserve a monopoly on power, Nazarbayev may find that he has dealt a severe blow to the country’s economic prospects, his […]

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