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In 2002, Kazakhstan became Central Asia’s economic powerhouse, swimming in oil and gas revenues that lifted living standards and attracted foreign investment. But a closer look revealed a government unable--or unwilling--to conduct civil relations with opposition groups, the media, or its regional neighbors.