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Kazakhstan is about the size of Europe — but we know almost nothing about it

2 February 2019

9:00 AM

2 February 2019

9:00 AM

Kazakhstan, say signs by the side of the road in this vast Central Asian country, is ‘a land of unity and accord’. Few outside pay a great deal of attention to a state that is almost as large as Europe, and home to eye-popping natural resources, chiefly — but not only — oil.

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