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Putin Starts Kazakh Visit

English: ALMATY. President Vladimir Putin and ...

President Vladimir Putin and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty via European Geopolitical Forum (GPF Europe), September 19, 2012

Russian President Vladimir Putin has started a visit to Kazakhstan, where he is due to meet with his Kazakh counterpart Nursultan Nazarbaev and attend a forum on interregional cooperation in the northeastern Kazakh city of Pavlodar… (more) http://ow.ly/2sgR2r

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GPF Europe: Kazakhstan, Belarus discuss cooperation

GPF Europe: Kazakhstan, Belarus discuss cooperation – Kazakhstan and Belarus have discussed bilateral cooperation an… http://ow.ly/1lUNA4

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GPF Europe: Kazakh president, UK PM discuss bilateral relations

English: The president of Kazakhstan, Nursulta...

The president of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

GPF Europe: from Trend, E. Kosolapova, July 28, 2012
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev and British Prime Minister David Cameron discussed state and prospects of bilateral relations in London, Kazakh Presidential press-service reported. (more) http://ow.ly/1lHyKn

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IISS: Is Tashkent clearing the decks for the US?

Post-Soviet states in alphabetical order: 1. A...

Post-Soviet states in alphabetical order: 1. Armenia, 2. Azerbaijan, 3. Belarus, 4. Estonia, 5. Georgia, 6. Kazakhstan, 7. Kyrgyzstan, 8. Latvia, 9. Lithuania, 10. Moldova, 11. Russia, 12. Tajikistan, 13. Turkmenistan, 14. Ukraine, 15. Uzbekistan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Dr Nicholas Redman, Senior Fellow for Geopolitical Risk and Economic Security
Uzbekistan has once again suspended its membership of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, the alliance of former Soviet states that also includes Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Tashkent is saying it took this step because it wishes to develop relations with Afghanistan bilaterally, rather than as part of the CSTO bloc, and because it opposes efforts to deepen military cooperation within the CSTO. (more)  http://ow.ly/1loOH0

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GPF Europe: Migrants from Central Asia coming to Russia

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Central Asia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

GPF Europe: Migrants from Central Asia coming to Russia

Today, the bulk of immigrants to Russia come from Central Asia, and the trend is likely to remain over the next 10-15 years. The most recent Russian census showed that the number of Uzbeks, Tajiks, and Kyrgyz living in the country had roughly doubled since the previous count. (more)  http://ow.ly/1lmix0

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