Skeptics say that where post-Rose Revolution Georgia enjoyed the benefit of stability, Kyrgyzstan has gone through a year of constant turmoil. From EurasiaNet.
The leaders of Central Asia’s most repressive regimes are scanning the horizon for signs of trouble that, sooner or later, is bound to come.
The source of renewed Russian displeasure with Bishkek is connected with the nationalization of one of Kyrgyzstan’s largest companies. From EurasiaNet.
Supporters say informal popular assemblies could bolster Kyrgyzstan’s efforts to solidify its fledgling parliamentary system. From EurasiaNet.
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