Signs of a new innovation-friendly mood are appearing in Kazakhstan’s highly centralized, resource-dependent economy.
Some good ideas may emerge out of Astana soon, but probably not from the OSCE summit.
Tajikistan wants to teach Islam to its children, in its own way. But critics say the effort is hobbled by paranoia and corruption.
As Kyrgyzstan’s new parliament convenes, a perennial outsider party could help swing the country toward – or away from – peaceful compromise.
An attack on a mining site raises questions about how Mongolia’s immense mineral wealth will be exploited. From EurasiaNet.
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