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Hockey in Kazakhstan: Passion and Success

By Michael Jacobsen and Colin Berlyne

There’s something about being a huge, continental-sized country with long, cold winters that creates a passion for ice-hockey. It happened in Canada, the United States and Russia – and Kazakhstan is no exception. “The kids see us and want to be like us,” professional hockey player and Kazakhstan National Team member Talgat Zhailauov, 26, told

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Kazakhstan: The Next Place for Undiscovered Adventure

By Michelle Witte

With Google, Bing and all the information in the world just an LED screen away, undiscovered adventure have become increasingly hard to find. Hanging out in Prague was passé by 1993. Everyone has already hiked Machu Picchu and you backpacked around Asia years ago after graduating college. So where is the next place you can

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Kazakh President Plays Leading Role in Nuclear Security Summit

By Alex Walters

 The two-day Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) in Seoul, South Korea on March 26-27 marked a significant step towards establishing more effective nuclear security across the globe. Leaders from more than 50 nations attended the summit and agreed on a joint communiqué to cooperate on boosting international cooperation to ensure the safety of “vulnerable nuclear material.”

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