Anti-government protests that roiled Kazakhstan in January were sparked not just by fuel-price increases but also unrest over authoritarianism and corruption, drawing thousands of people onto the streets in the biggest threat in decades to the central Asian country’s leadership. The nation of 19 million, a former Soviet republic neighboring Russia, is rich in oil and uranium and is the size of western Europe.
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