Central Asia

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
27 April 2010
Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan: Parallel Economic Lines Premium

Uzbekistan’s economic policy feeds the poverty and humiliation of its people, making Kazakhstan’s system look stellar in comparison.

By Kenjali Tinibai
23 April 2010
Eastern Promise Premium
While the Kyrgyz film industry struggles, three young directors find opportunities as well as obstacles in pursuing their creative visions.
By Dina Tokbaeva
20 April 2010

Following the political upheaval, an uneasy peace, broken by occasional scuffles, reigns between Uzbeks and Kyrgyz in southern Kyrgyzstan. From EurasiaNet.

By Joanna Lillis


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