The new leader of Kyrgyzstan’s interim government gives her first interview to a friendly Russian ear.
After cooling toward Bakiev, Moscow seems receptive to helping his would-be successors.
The fortunes of Kyrgyzstan’s two most powerful cities were drastically different this week. The views of their people less so.
The similarities between Kyrgyzstan’s current unrest and the protests of five years ago are easy to spot, but they don’t tell the whole story.
Demonstrators face riot police amid reports of deaths and government offices being stormed.
Expensive customs are coming under attack by Kyrgyz politicians and religious leaders.
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