In a rare threat to his authority, president evokes Ukraine conflict to show the dangers of a lack of unity.
Nur Otan party assured victory, but rights groups say Nazarbaev’s regime is clamping down ahead of weekend vote.
Loopholes and outside meddling leaves justice system unable to investigate police abuses, Amnesty says.
Free speech groups cry foul over charges against Journalists Union chair Seytkazy Matayev and his son.
Kazakhstan has ordered all Internet users to install ‘national security certificates.’
About 19,000 ethnic Russians left during the first nine months of 2015, reports say.
Free speech case brings out Astana’s uneasiness over rising nationalism in both the Kazakh and Russian communities.
With the president’s blessing, his biopic director, Rustem Abdrashev, is shooting a series reimaging the birth of the first Kazakh state.
Serikzhan Mambetalin and Yermek Narymbaev jailed for ‘inciting national discord,’ barred from engaging in civic activities for five years.
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