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Transcontinental country mainly located in Central Asia with a smaller portion west of the Ural River in Eastern Europe. Wikipedia

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  • History of Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan, the largest country fully within the Eurasian Steppe, has been a historical "crossroads" and home to numerous different peoples, states and empires throughout history. Human activity in the region began with the extinct Pithecanthropus and Sinanthropus one million–800,000 years ago in the Karatau Mountains and the Caspian and Balkhash areas. Wikipedia

  • Eurasian Economic Union

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  • Georgia (country)

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  • Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic

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  • Revolutions of 1989

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  • Kazakh Khanate

    Successor of the Golden Horde existing from the 15th to 19th century, located roughly on the territory of the present-day Republic of Kazakhstan. From 16th to 17th century, the khanate ruled and expanded its territories to eastern Cumania (modern-day West Kazakhstan), to most of Uzbekistan, Karakalpakstan and the Syr Darya river with military confrontation as far as Astrakhan and Khorasan Province, which are now in Russia and Iran, respectively. Wikipedia

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  • Two other successor states, Kazakhstan and Ukraine, rank among the top 10 countries by land area, and the largest country entirely in Europe, respectively.Soviet Union-Wikipedia
  • They included 1,433,230 soldiers from Uzbekistan, more than 1million from Kazakhstan, and more than 700,000 from Azerbaijan, among other Central Asian Republics.Allies of World War II-Wikipedia
  • Turkey is generally considered a transcontinental country divided entirely by water, while Russia and Kazakhstan are only partly divided by waterways.Europe-Wikipedia
  • In Asia, European-derived populations, (specifically Russians), predominate in North Asia and some parts of Northern Kazakhstan.Europe-Wikipedia
  • A dam collapse at Sardoba reservoir in May 2020 flooded a lot of farmland and villages; the devastation extended into areas inside neighbouring Kazakhstan.Uzbekistan-Wikipedia
  • The situation remained unresolved in Central Asia for two more decades, with Britain annexing Baluchistan in 1876 and Russia annexing Kirghizia, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan.British Empire-Wikipedia

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