Kyrgyzstan’s native-language schools are dying of neglect, while its Russian schools face a crush of new students.
Kyrgyzstan could go in a few directions. Luckily, the interests of Bishkek, civil society, and foreign donors seem to coincide.
TOL Reports: One month after Kyrgyzstan’s unexpected revolution, Bishkek remains a capital of anger and uneasy calm.
Turkmenistan’s health system is opaque, inadequate, and downright dangerous, an independent medical group warns.
Though the Mongolian government shows no signs of bowing to protester pressure, the political elite are making a show of responsiveness to the electorate. From EurasiaNet.
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