On Dec. of 2017 Ashkhabad will celebrate 22nd anniversary of neutrality of Turkmenistan. Politics of “positive neutrality” from Sep. 2016 became an essential part of the content of Turkmenistan’s constitution. And despite what outside observers and multiple critics might say, resolution n50/80 on “Constant neutrality of turkmenistan” passed on Dec. 12 1995, by the UN general assembly is an real foreign policy achievement in the interests of that country.
Kyrgyzstan presidential elections start on Sunday. The intensity of emotions has reached its peak. We, however, can say with certainty that the bloody events of the past will not be repeated. The fate of the elections will be determined by the votes of the ethnic communities. Moreover, most experts believe that the winner will be established during the first voting tour.
The problem of corruption exists in almost all post-Soviet countries, and Kazakhstan isn’t an exception. And even though no one argues that corruption is evil, no one can cope with it. Why? We will try to analyze the reasons using example of Gerogian reforms, with the help of professor of the state University of Ilia Oleg Panfilov.
Second attempt of transferring to democratic system in Brazil proved successful. However, it is hard to call it finished, considering political history of the country in the last two years, when as a result of impeachment Dilma Rousseff was removed from power due to corruption scandal. According to latest polls Brazilians aren’t opposed to repeating the experience of 190s, in order to finally defeat corruption in the country.
Brazil’s political history is remarkable and multifarious. It has been a “test facility” for all sorts of political governance – a monarchy, a corporate state, an oligarchy, a military dictatorship, and a parliamentary republic.
The adaptation of the Latin alphabet by the Turkish language in the beginning of the 20th century was an element of a true cultural revolution that allowed for the creation of a new state in the ruins of the Ottoman Empire – the Republic of Turkey. But what is the purpose of the language reform in Kazakhstan?