Central Asia

20 April 2010
Aftershocks

Following the political upheaval, an uneasy peace, broken by occasional scuffles, reigns between Uzbeks and Kyrgyz in southern Kyrgyzstan. From EurasiaNet.

By Joanna Lillis
 
19 April 2010
Getting It Right the Second Time Premium
The memory of 2005 is still vivid enough to help Kyrgyzstan’s new leaders make the right choices this time.
By TOL
 
14 April 2010
‘We Had Enough of Living That Way’ Premium

The new leader of Kyrgyzstan’s interim government gives her first interview to a friendly Russian ear.

By BBC Monitoring
 
13 April 2010
Bishkek Seeking Kremlin Cash Infusion

After cooling toward Bakiev, Moscow seems receptive to helping his would-be successors.

By EurasiaNet
 
13 April 2010
North and South Premium

The fortunes of Kyrgyzstan’s two most powerful cities were drastically different this week. The views of their people less so.

By Abdujalil Abdurasulov and Hamid Toursunov
 
8 April 2010
Not the Tulip Revolution All Over Again Premium

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.

By Alisher Khamidov
 

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