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UNSС members approve Kazakhstan's presidency program
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UNSС members approve Kazakhstan's presidency program

KAZINFORM: The Security Council's Work Programme for January was presented on the first working day of Kazakhstan's presidency over the UN Security Council. In the morning, a working breakfast of the Permanent Representatives of the UNSC Member States was held at the Permanent Mission of Kazakhstan, during which they discussed the key points of the work programme, Kazinform reports with reference to the Kazakh MFA press service.  

Op-ed: Who is backing the idea of instability in Central Asia
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Op-ed: Who is backing the idea of instability in Central Asia

With Edwards relocating to Central Asia experts warn of inevitable instability in Kyrgyzstan. This would benefit the US and hinder China's economic expansion to the east. What’s more, this move infuriates Russia, which does not need a hotbed of instability at its southern borders. After all, there is no guarantee that the flames of unrest would not spread from Kyrgyzstan to the neighboring countries.

Kazakhstan’s transition to Latin alphabet – why today is the time
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Kazakhstan’s transition to Latin alphabet – why today is the time

About 40 languages are disappearing every year. Contemporary researchers estimate that both Europe and Asia already lost more than 70 languages, and more than a hundred languages are extinct in the US. Almost 200 languages are under the threat of extinction only in India. The figures are rather terrifying, to say the least. However, if one can understand the reason, then everything becomes clear. After all, according to experts, although the causes of disappearance of languages among all ethnic groups are different, there is one common and the most important reason – inability to adapt to the new changing trends.

18-12-2017, 13:25
Op-ed: Kazakhstan’s chosen path and intentions
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Op-ed: Kazakhstan’s chosen path and intentions

"Our state does not claim to be a great power, like the United States or Russia," Kazakh leader Nursultan Nazarbayev said in one of his speeches. "But we, as much as possible, we want to influence the course of events in the world, to mediate conflicts, to reconcile the parties, and we put forward initiatives for regional integration that allow us to preserve peace and provide opportunities for peaceful development.