IAC EURASIA ARCHIVE

November 2011

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 5 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Events and opinions

Blair pressed on Kazakh reforms

  Leading opposition figures in Kazakhstan have urged Tony Blair to press for democratic reform in the oil-rich central Asian country or abandon his new role as adviser to the government. &nb

Events and opinions

Kazakh Militants Disguised as Street Cleaners for Atyrau Attacks

  Islamic militants disguised themselves as street cleaners to carry out two bomb blasts last month in Atyrau, the capital of Kazakhstan's biggest oil- producing region, the Prosecutor General's

Events and opinions

Kazakhstan deals with suicide bombings. Terrorism not a serious threat to Kazakhstan, analysts say.

  ALMATY – Before May, Kazakhstan had never experienced a suicide bombing. Since then, the country's media have reported two, as well as a related explosion in a garbage bin.   Now anal

Economy

Kazakhstan’s Credit Rating Tops Russia at S&P for First Time on Budget

  Kazakhstan has a higher debt rating at Standard & Poor's than Russia for the first time since 2005 as the central Asian nation spends less of its commodities- fueled wealth than its northe

Events and opinions

Kazakhstan becoming key to Korea's energy independence

AKTOBE/AKTAU, Kazakhstan (Yonhap) -- Korea is striving to bolster its energy self-reliance, and at the heart of such efforts is Kazakhstan, with oil reserves of over 30 billion barrels.   &nb...

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