Erlan Karin

From a home for articles deleted from Wikipedia
Jump to: navigation, search
This article was considered for deletion at Wikipedia on February 19 2014. This is a backup of Wikipedia:Erlan_Karin. All of its AfDs can be found at Wikipedia:Special:PrefixIndex/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Erlan_Karin, the first at Wikipedia:Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Erlan_Karin. Purge

Wikipedia editors had multiple issues with this page:

Template:News release Template:Peacock Template:Third-party

Erlan Karin
File:Yerlan Karin.jpg
Born (1976-05-26) May 26, 1976 (age 46)
Nationality Kazakhstan

Erlan Karin (was born on May 26, 1976, Aksu village, Sairam district, Chymkent region) — Kazakh social and political activist, known political expert, scientist, publicist.


He was born in Aksu village, Sairam district, Shymkent region on May 26, 1976 (now it is South Kazakhstan Province).

In 1997, graduated from historical faculty of Aktubinsk State University named after K.Zhubanov. In 1999, he completed postgraduate studies at faculty of philosophy and political science, Kazakh State University named after Al-Farabi. Candidate of political sciences, subject of candidate’s dissertation: “Intra-political aspects of national security in the Republic of Kazakhstan”.

During 1996—1998 worked as history and geography teacher at high school No 33 in the city of Aktubinsk (since 1999 - Aktobe), teacher at the department of political sciences in Aktubinsk State University named after K.Zhubanov.

During 1998—2000, he worked as an employee of Center for Political Research, Kazakhstan Development Institute, deputy director in the Institute of Russia and China.

From 2000 to 2003 — director of Central Asia Agency of Political Research.

During 2003—2004 — first deputy chairman of Republican Party “Asar”, director general in International Institute of Modern Policy.

From 2004 to 2006, led Center of Anti-Terrorist Programs.

In 2006, he was appointed to the position of advisor of political matters for akim of Mangystau Province.

In February 2008, under order of President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, Erlan Karin was appointed to position of head of department of internal policy, Administration of President of the Republic of Kazakhstan .

In November 2008, under decree of the chairman of People’s Democratic Party “Nur Otan”, Nursultan Nazarbayev, was appointed as secretary of PDP “Nur Otan” for strategic development. In August 2013, he left position of secretary of PDP “Nur Otan” due to training in foreign country.

He is member of expert committee, Security Council of the Republic of Kazakhstan and member of social council, Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, member of International Society for Terrorism Research, chairman of Supervisory Board, Center of Security Programs.

He is honored president and chairman of Ju-Jitsu Federation and MMA, member of Executive Committee – federation of karate-do in Kazakhstan, member of All Japan Ju-Jitsu International Federation.

He speaks Kazakh, Russian. Erlan Karin is the author of more than 100 scientific and op-ed articles in Kazakh and foreign scientific and periodical editions.

He believes that perfect politician is Alikhan Bokeikhanov, John Kennedy and Nursultan Nazarbayev. Hobbies — photography, history, archeology, collecting, weapons. Interests – problems with terrorism, national and regional security, special forces and their role in system of national security, history of Kazakhstan, history and culture of Asian countries.

He is married and has four children.Template:Needs citation


  • оrder “Kurmet” (2010)
  • medal “10 years of Astana” (2008)
  • service medal “20 years of independence in the Republic of Kazakhstan” (2011)
  • service medal “20 years of Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan” (2012)
  • prize “People’s favorite”, nominated as “Perspicacious politician of the year” (2011)[1]
  • prize “People’s favorite”, nominated as “Political resonance” (2012)[2]
  • prize “People of the year”, nominated as “Politician” under Internet resource Vласть (2012)[3]


External links