IAC EURASIA ARCHIVE

February 2021

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Jailed Kazakh Activist's Parole Request Rejected

 A court in Kazakhstan has rejected a request for early release filed by jailed activist Almat Zhumaghulov, whom rights organizations in the Central Asian country have recognized as a political

Political process

Kazakh Activist Goes On Trial For Ties With Banned Opposition Group

Kazakh activist Qanat Zhaqypov has gone on trial in the Almaty region for having links with the banned unregistered opposition Koshe (Street) party. Zhaqypov told the court after the trial began

Corruption!

Unexplained Wealth Orders in the UK: What Will This Year Bring?

Unexplained wealth orders are now being used to tackle criminal wealth in the UK, but they are more complicated and less powerful in practice than in popular imagination. When it comes to unexpla

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Practicing Repression Abroad, Says Rights Watchdog

Russia and Iran are among the top authoritarian states extending their tentacles of repression abroad to target exiles, a new report by Freedom House says. The report published on February 4, say

Events and opinions

On the steppe

 Torn between China and Russia, and haunted by the ghosts of its communist past, Kazakhstan has taken an authoritarian turn. Just before Christmas 2020, the Russian Duma passed a number of a

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