2 December 2009
Kazakhstan at a Crossroads: Human Rights and Democracy
This paper analyzes the state and status of Kazakhstan at the start of a new decade and the country's chairmanship of the OSCE in 2010. The author argues that the country is going to be put under a level of international scrutiny it has not seen since its emergence as an independent state at the collapse of the Soviet Union. The report examines human rights and media and religious freedoms in more detail.
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