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China, Egypt, India, Iran, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan and the US are still to sign the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
As Russia's economy stagnates, rising China is challenging its influence over Central Asia.
As the country marches into the future, many critical journalists get a taste of its Soviet past.
The resource-rich country is reforming its financial sector but is diversification coming at a price?
Reasons behind resignation of Karim Massimov, former Soviet nation's longest serving prime minister, are unclear.
As the government stands accused of violating workers' rights we ask if such abuse has become a trend around the world.
Karim Masimov, country's new prime minister, pledges to implement the long-ruling president's "modernisation course".
Voters have elected a new parliament, which for the first time in Kazakhstan's history will feature more than one party.
President's party wins 80 per cent of votes in parliamentary elections criticised by international observers.
Exit polls suggest president's party has won more than 80 per cent of votes in parliamentary elections.
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