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Celebrations to mark Kazakhstan's 20 years of independence last week were marred by the most significant unrest seen in the country since Soviet times, with police opening fire on oil workers who have been striking since May.
On stage, the leader of the nation treks into a nighttime magical forest and begins talking to the trees, which turn into his opponents.
Kazakhstan's president on Thursday approved a bill tightening registration rules for religious groups that has been described by critics as a blow to freedom of belief in the ex-Soviet nation.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and top diplomats from Europe and Asia will gather over the weekend to discuss issues that threaten to undermine regional security in Asia.
Riding high on a crest of government-nurtured adulation, Kazakhstan's strongman leader has now become a star of the silver screen.
China blocked one of its most famous contemporary artists from taking a flight to Hong Kong on Sunday and police later raided his Beijing studio, the man's assistant said.
A court Thursday ordered the detention of an American diplomat suspected of killing two Pakistanis extended by at least eight days, in defiance of U.S. demands the man be released immediately.
While Washington sleeps, China is winning the great new game in Central Asia, locking up its rich natural resources.
Rabbi Marc Schneier's Upper East Side office at the Foundation For Ethnic Understanding is relatively stark; a bookshelf here, an abstract painting there, and little hint of the outsized role he's played in bringing opposites together.