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Kazakhstan is a central Asian country that shares borders with ChinaRussiaTurkmenistan Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan Although considered landlockedKazakhstanshares a western border with the Caspian Sea With a total size of2724900 kilometersKazakhstan is a relatively small country but is the largest of the formersoviet republics To give you an idea of this Kazakhstan is slightly less than four timesthe size of thestate of Texas When compared to its neighbors china and RussiaKazakhstan would beeasy to miss on a map With cold winters and hot summers Kazakhstan has asemiaridclimate As far as terrain goes Kazakhstan has both mountainous areaswith its highestpoint being Khan Tangiri Shyngy at 6995 meters and lowest point VpadinaKaundy at 132 meters Neither of these points is astonishing when compared withterrain featuresfound throughout the world Kazakhstan is a country rich in naturalresources includingpetroleum natural gas copper iron ore and gold just to name a fewAgriculturallyspeaking Kazakhstan produces primarily grain and livestock Given thisinformationyou may come to the conclusion that Kazakhstan would be a country much likeanyother From its climate and terrain to its agricultural and naturalresources Kazakhstansounds like an attractive place to visit However soviet nuclear andchemical defenseprojects to include nuclear weapon test ranges are scattered throughout thecountryThese sites are both hazardous to humans and damaging to the environmentThegovernment of Kazakhstan is defined as a republic with influence from theRomansystem of government Hearing this would lead you to make comparisonsbetween thegovernment of Kazakhstan and its similarity with the United States Afterall bothcountries have a president legislative and judicial branches ofgovernment When youtake a closer look at the governments of both countries the differences arevastAlthough a republic Kazakhstan was a socialist soviet republic until itgained itsindependence from Russia on December 16th 1991 The president ofKazakhstanNursultan Nazarbayev was elected by popular vote on December 1st 1991
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