Central Asia

25 January 2011
Lots of Conclusions, Not Much Evidence

Bishkek’s report on the June violence misses an opportunity to ask the most important questions. From openDemocracy.

By Madeleine Reeves
 

14 January 2011
The Show Must Go On Premium
An Uzbek neighborhood in Osh tries to foster a sense of normality for local children after a traumatic year. Last in a series.
By Usman Khakimov
 
Osh, June 2010
13 January 2011
No Man’s Land Premium

Ethnic Uzbeks in Osh fear losing their homes and land whether to vigilante posses or legal maneuvers. Second in a series.

By Temir Akmatov
 
12 January 2011
Property Defenders

As Osh residents continue to flee the city, women are often those who stay behind to safeguard family homes. First in a series.

By Gulayim Myrzaeva
 
Berdymukhammedov
12 January 2011
The Turkmen Ice Age

Turkmenistan’s internal political stasis is strong enough to ensure that natural resource wealth is not used in the interests of society at large, a Russian pundit says. From Chronicles of Turkmenistan.

By Chronicles of Turkmenistan
 
11 January 2011
Central Asian Labor Migrants Facing Uncertain Year

A ban on trading and drastically reduced immigration quotas put migrants in a tough spot. From EurasiaNet.

By Edward Lemon
 

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