Central Asia

11 May 2010
Jumping off a Sinking Ship

Kyrgyzstan’s native-language schools are dying of neglect, while its Russian schools face a crush of new students.

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By Hamid Toursunov
 
7 May 2010
A Fork in the Road Premium

Kyrgyzstan could go in a few directions. Luckily, the interests of Bishkek, civil society, and foreign donors seem to coincide.

By TOL
 
7 May 2010
After the Fire Premium

TOL Reports: One month after Kyrgyzstan’s unexpected revolution, Bishkek remains a capital of anger and uneasy calm.

By Abdujalil Abdurasulov
 
5 May 2010
Sickening Indifference Premium

Turkmenistan’s health system is opaque, inadequate, and downright dangerous, an independent medical group warns.

By Nyazik Atayeva
 
5 May 2010
Mongolian Activists Say Government Beginning to Listen

Though the Mongolian government shows no signs of bowing to protester pressure, the political elite are making a show of responsiveness to the electorate. From EurasiaNet.

By Andrew Cullen
 

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