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Kazakhstan: Astana OSCE Summit Breaks Down Over Conflict-Resolution Differences

At a wee-hours news conference December 3 in Astana, Kazakhstan's President, Nursultan Nazarbayev, tried to put a positive spin on what turned out to be a loopy Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe summit. But no matter how much Nazarbayev pushed the idea that the 56-member organization had achieved consensus, the proceedings on the summit's final day left an impression of profound, perhaps irreconcilable differences within the OSCE.

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Joanna Lillis is a freelance writer specializing in Central Asia.

Kazakhstan: Astana OSCE Summit Breaks Down Over Conflict-Resolution Differences

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