Kazakhstan

Khazakhstan is a growing economy due to its many natural resources. But these alone cannot satisfy the deeper needs and hungers brought about by years of brokenness and emptiness.

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Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan declared independence after the Soviet empire collapsed in 1991. Although a multiparty democracy, the only president since 1991 has continued his authoritarian rule and presided over recognizably tainted elections.

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Kazakhstan: tightening regulations on Christians

Typically outside of the international media spotlight, Kazakhstan has slowly but surely tightening restrictions on the religious freedom of 16.8 million citizens. As the following article points out, foreigners who share their faith are deported, despite the countries commitment to

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Religious Freedom in Kazakhstan

For the first time since the country gained independence in 1991, a court ordered religious literature to be destroyed. According to Forum 18, 121 pieces of religious literature–mostly in the Kazakh language–were taken from a believer in northern Kazakhstan.

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The risks for Central Asia after the Afghan Pullout

The anticipated pullout of troops from Afghanistan will have a significant, even severe, political, social, economic and religious impact on Central Asia. The return of those who have fought alongside the Taliban, the expected increase in the flow of drugs

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