by David L. Stern
| Jul. 21, 2009
With less than six months until it takes over the chairmanship of one of Europe’s flagship human rights organizations, Kazakhstan has thumbed its nose to Western governments and introduced a draconian internet law.
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A round-up of repression by the governments of several former Soviet republics, including the strategically important, partly free republic of Kazakhstan. Stern offers a good overview of an undercovered topic.