Central Asia could be next

Central Asia might be the next to embrace the change that has swept through the Arab world.
Kazakhstan has imposed a three week state of emergency in the oil town of Zhanaozen after clashes broke out between workers and security forces. As The Economist points out, the lack of any mechanism for leadership succession makes the various “Stans” susceptible to instability and regime change.

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