Central Asia

5 November 2010
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As Kyrgyzstan’s new parliament convenes, a perennial outsider party could help swing the country toward – or away from – peaceful compromise.

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22 October 2010
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Microsoft gives tyrants one less weapon to wield against their critics.
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20 October 2010
Warning Shots

An attack on a mining site raises questions about how Mongolia’s immense mineral wealth will be exploited. From EurasiaNet.

By Pearly Jacob
 
15 October 2010
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Kyrgyzstan’s elections were peaceful and pluralistic. And they may have taken the country even further from reconciliation.

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12 October 2010
The Canvas Schoolhouse

Their school destroyed in the June pogroms, hundreds of Uzbek children in southern Kyrgyzstan will study in tents this fall.

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By Bakyt Ibraimov and Talant Sadykov
 
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8 October 2010
Kyrgyz Democracy’s Narrowing Window of Opportunity Premium
On 10 October Kyrgyzstan will elect a new parliament on a new constitutional basis. There may not be many more opportunities for the country to pull out of the cycle of violent regime change.
By Bakyt Beshimov
 

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