Studies & Opinions. Страница 9.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

What’s behind Kazakhstan and Belarus’ opposition to import penalties on Ukraine?

Kazakhstan and Belarus have rejected Russia’s call for the Eurasian Economic Union to limit imports from Ukraine or slap heavy tariffs on them – moves that much of the world sees as a Russian attempt to punish Ukraine for signing a trade agreement with the... European Union.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

A Kazakh woman’s intriguing professional journey through swaths of paradise

Alua Pikard will be the first to tell you she’s led a charmed professional life.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

A special-forces unit, started from scratch, wins a key battle in Ukraine

Two hundred yards from the quiet lapping of waves on the Azov Sea, Volodymyr Shmarra sat on a bench, took a long drag from a cigarette and sighed from fatigue.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

When TV journalists use satire to barbecue the high and mighty – and I’m part of the fun

One of the things I’ve learned as a journalist is that if you want to skewer someone, the most effective way may not be to criticize them directly.

Chronos and Factsheets Chronos and Factsheets

Timelines of various important events.

Five memorable World Cup opening ceremonies

Five memorable moments at World Cup opening ceremonies ahead of the 2014 edition in Sao Paulo.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

A story of bribes, a plane crash, a suicide and convict transfers

At first glance it looked like a ho-hum news story about a justice-system procedural matter – the transfer of two Ukrainians that a Kazakhstan military court had convicted of bribery to a prison in their homeland.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

Almaty logistics hub is a key element in getting goods to U.S. troops in Afghanistan

There’s an old saying that an army travels on its stomach.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

Learning that I’m a legend at Air Astana

I learned the other day that I’m famous at Air Astana.

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Timelines of various important events.

Epic Turkish drama 'Winter Sleep' wins Cannes top prize

Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan's "Winter Sleep" won the top prize at the 67th Cannes Film Festival. 

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

Snow leopard study in the Almaty area to be an international collaboration

Most of the world’s endangered snow leopards live in countries where it’s difficult for Westerners to conduct wildlife research – Pakistan and Afghanistan because of political turmoil and China because of red tape.

Hal Foster Hal Foster

ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professor

Sumo champ should teach young Kazakhs not just the moves but also about the decorum he lacked

In the late 1990s the Japanese Sumo Association became alarmed about a drop in interest in the sport.

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Timelines of various important events.

Timeline of unrest in east Ukraine

Following is a timeline of the main developments in the Ukraine crisis.

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