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Unrest in Kazakhstan Leaves Questions Unanswered

Unrest in Kazakhstan Leaves Questions Unanswered

After Kazakhstan’s most serious unrest since it gained independence, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev is positioned to chart a new course that separates him from Nursultan Nazarbayev’s legacy. However, lingering questions about causes of the violence and the possibility of intra-elite conflict remain unanswered.

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Israel Puts Excessive Repression To Cut Off Any Unified Palestinian Mobilization

Israel Puts Excessive Repression To Cut Off Any Unified Palestinian Mobilization

Israeli violence against Palestinians has increased in frequency and intensity over the last year. In Fenikspod’s most recent episode, Dana El Kurd from the University of Richmond talks about the Palestinian issue and Palestinian activism within the context of recent developments. She also discusses how to address the issue and how Israeli-Arab rapprochement might affect Palestinians.

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