Wallace Kaufman

Wallace Kaufman worked with the International City Managers Association in trying to privatize Kazakhstan's real estate industry.

Latest by Wallace Kaufman in Chronicles

  • Eyes on the Prize of Central Asia
    April 1995

    Eyes on the Prize of Central Asia

    In August, President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan announced that the capitol of the country would be moved several hundred miles north, from the green city of Almaty, where the presidential palace stands against a background of snow-capped mountains, to the bleak and windy steppes of north-central Kazakhstan, to the present city of Akmola.

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  • October 1986

    A Devil's Dictionary From Nicaragua

    Revolutions attempt to give new meaning to life. Sometimes changing the definition of words is part of the attempt to change reality. At other times, reality changes first.

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