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From the Soviet Gulag to the UN Security Council: Kazakhstan’s emergence as a middle power has lessons for Canada

Opinion|By Steven Staples
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s campaign team for a seat on the UN Security Council should take note of how this former Soviet republic managed to exert its independence and find enough diplomatic 'mojo' to gain a seat on the powerful body, writes Steven Staples.
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