Kazakhstan: The Labor Crackdown and Possible Unintended Consequences

Things are getting serious again in western Kazakhstan. This oil-rich region on the Caspian Sea was the scene over several months in 2011 of prolonged labor unrest, culminating in clashes that December that killed at least a dozen people.
 

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Hugh Williamson is director, Europe & Central Asia division, Human Rights Watch.

Kazakhstan: The Labor Crackdown and Possible Unintended Consequences

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