The Kazakhstan Way

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Stacey International, 2007 - History - 333 pages
Modern Kazakhstan is the success story of central Asia, and a power that counts not merely regionally but globally. Critical to this reputation has been its President, from that virtually unforseeable moment in 1991 when Kazakhstan won independence from the collapsing USSR: Nursultan Nazarbayev.
With the repeated democratic endorsement of his constitutional mandate as president, 67-year-old author of The Kazakhstan Way lays out in this work his detailed analysis and testament of what has guided him to guide - and indeed shape - his nation, and the principles of governance that he seeks to ensure for the evolution of Kazakhstan in the years ahead.

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Kazakhstan's President Nazarbayev did an excellent job being the voice of his nation and helping the world understand where Kazakhstan has come from, and what direction the President is taking Kazakhstan moving forward.
If one considers the short amount of time that Kazakhstan has been independent of the USSR, the President has done a phenomenal job on the world stage with nuclear peace facilitation and in bringing his country to a state of full financial success and democracy.
The Kazakhstan Way gives great insight into the vision of its President, the state of its people and the success of Kazakhstan as a standalone country in the future. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is learning about fledgling democracies or is interested in this very unique country in central Asia.

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About the author (2007)

Nursultan Nazarbayev has served as the President of Kazakhstan since it became an independent nation in 1991 following the Fall of the Soviet Union. He is the author of numerous works on Kazakh history and political theory, including The Kazakhstan Way, published by Stacey International in 2008.

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