Central Asia

17 May 2011
The Other Aftermath of Osh Premium

In addition to the human casualties, last year’s ethnic violence in Kyrgyzstan left a trail of shuttered, plundered, or yellow media outlets in its wake.

By Bakyt Ibraimov
Islam Karimov
16 May 2011
Steering by Karimov’s Compass Premium

Six years later, policy makers and activists make competing claims about the legacy of the Andijan massacre.

Tajik child worker

12 May 2011
Responsibility Without Rights? Premium

Amid growing concern over the behavior of young Tajiks, many feel the president’s proposed solution takes away too many rights and overburdens parents.

By Farrukh Ahrorov
6 May 2011
Sticking to Its Story Premium

Bishkek plugs its ears against the painful findings of an international investigation into the ethnic violence of June 2010.

4 May 2011
Kazakhstan Needs Its Vegetables Premium

One farmer has figured out how to ride out the notorious booms and busts of the country’s wheat belt.

By David Mould



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