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Three Men in a Niva By Tim Healing
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After three years of living and working in Kazakhstan as a development worker, Tim Healing decides to take one last trip to explore the remote areas of Kyrgyzstan and southern Kazakhstan. Without any... More > planning whatsoever, he sets off with two friends, a “Sean Connery look-alike” and a “nervous Scotsman,” on a journey of a lifetime. Encounters with a former Russian tank driver, an Olympic gold medal winner and a Beatles singing train conductor add to the tales of friendship and exploration with the backdrop of the beautiful Central Asian landscape. This edition of Three Men in a Niva has an added epilogue and a selection of photos which highlight the beauty of the region.< Less
Far Flung Places Guide to Turkmenistan By Simon Proudman
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A Far Flung Places travel guide to Turkmenistan, covering the key places to visit, stay and eat. Sections on Mary, Merv, Urgench, Ashgabat and the 'Gates of Hell' gas crater. Covers history,... More > encounters with officials, and the rather unique recent Presidents who have experimented with building personality cults and making significant changes to their country by renaming bread after a mother, renaming the days of the week after themselves and their families, banning beards (maybe onto something with that one) and lip-synching. A thoroughly fascinating and rarely visited country, with amazing archaeological remains from the time of the Silk Road, and a huge gas crater, the 'Gate to Hell' still burning in the desert after a Russian drilling accident in 1971.< Less
FEL XIII: Endangered Languages and History By Nicholas Ostler & Hakim Elnazarov
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Proceedings of a conference (held in Khorog, Tajikistan on 24-6 September, 2009) discussing historical aspects of endangered languages. Contains research articles mostly in English, but also in... More > Russian, Tajik and Dari Persian.< Less
Recent Outer Mongolian International Relations: A Time Capsule By Jon D. Holstine
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Revised version of a master's thesis describing Mongolian foreign affairs through 1962, based on open sources. Originally copyrighted 1965 through University Microfilms.
The Spoke and Wheel By Jeffrey Shragge
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A journal about a laden bicycle, thousands of kilometres of ripped up asphalt, 4000m mountain ranges, environmental damage, and lots and lots of steppe
A Year in the Life: Peace Corps, Kazakhstan By Kevin Marousek
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From 2002 to 2003, Kevin Marousek traveled from the United States to Kazakhstan to become a Peace Corps Volunteer. Along the way, he had experiences ranging from unrequited love to a shoot-out... More > against the local mafia. He visited a city carved entirely out of ice, and he ate pizza with a fried egg on top. He taught children and adults, and they taught him. Forget about Borat – this is the real Kazakhstan, from small villages to the big cities.< Less
The Spoke and Wheel By Jeffrey Shragge
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A journal about a laden bicycle, thousands of kilometres of ripped up asphalt, 4000m mountain ranges, environmental damage, and lots and lots of steppe
A Year in the Life: Peace Corps, Kazakhstan By Kevin Marousek
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From 2002 to 2003, Kevin Marousek traveled from the United States to Kazakhstan to become a Peace Corps Volunteer. Along the way, he had experiences ranging from unrequited love to a shoot-out... More > against the local mafia. He visited a city carved entirely out of ice, and he ate pizza with a fried egg on top. He taught children and adults, and they taught him. Forget about Borat – this is the real Kazakhstan, from small villages to the big cities.< Less
The Silk Roads: An ICOMOS Thematic Study By Tim Williams
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Synthetic publication, commissioned by ICOMOS, exploring the evidence for the land routes of the Silk Roads and developing a strategy for the UNESCO World Heritage serial nomination.
The Brown Orient - Issue 1 By The Brown Orient Literary Journal
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The Brown Orient's inaugural issue, featuring work by 24 of the best contemporary women and queer writers and artists from across Central, South, Southeast, and Southwest Asia.

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