21 November 2002 ASTANA, 21 November (Eurasianet)–Concerns over an increased terrorism threat in Central Asia, is causing Kazakhstan’s government to divert increasing resources toward domestic security. However, officials realize that unilateral security initiatives stand less of a chance of success than a coordinated regional effort, and are seeking to enhance strategic ties with neighboring states. […]

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