by Sergei Borisov
4 April 2005
Mob rule, a coup d’etat, or the work of drug traffickers? Whatever its view of events in Kyrgyzstan, the Kremlin is reacting more coolly than it did to Georgia’s and Ukraine’s revolutions.
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