Terrorism in Kazakhstan: factors and origins

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Terrorism in Kazakhstan: factors and origins
// Pathways to Peace and Security. 2013. No 2(45). P. 81-92



Abstract

The article describes and analyzes the factors and nature of terrorism and extremism in Kazakhstan. The author comes to a conclusion that terrorism is gradually becoming a sustainable and long-term phenomenon of socio-political life of Kazakhstan. This trend should be placed in context of the deepening religious extremism and the nature of Kazakhstan's socio-political system.


Keywords

Kazakhstan, terrorism, religious extremism, political goals, social tension, legitimacy, conflict of elites


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Mamyrayimov T. Terrorism in Kazakhstan: factors and origins. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2013, No 2(45), pp. 81-92



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