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Krygyzstan News

Kyrgyzstan: Anatomy of an Unconvincing Scandal Click Here to Open in a New Window

A writer named Kate Cohen, posting on a little-known website, recently uncovered shady business practices that subsequently created a riptide of political scandal in Kyrgyzstan.
 

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Eurasia and the Appeal of Illiberalism Click Here to Open in a New Window

Brexit, a Trump presidency and populist and pro-Russian leaders coming to power in Europe—the world has taken an increasingly populist tilt and experts are struggling to make sense of the new political trends.
 

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Kyrgyzstan: Departing President Lays Ground for Transition Click Here to Open in a New Window

This time next year, Kyrgyzstan should have a new president-elect. The coming election is shaping up to be a unique event in Central Asia in that, unlike contests in neighboring nations, it is still difficult to call.
 
Early indications suggest outgoing President Almazbek Atambayev will do whatever possible to ensure the new leader does not come from rival stock.

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Edward Allworth: The Last of the Great Masters of Central Asian Studies Click Here to Open in a New Window

The field of Central Asian Studies lost perhaps the last of its great masters when Dr. Edward A. Allworth died on October 20 at the age of 95.
 
He was already a legend in the field when I first met him in 1986. I had read some of his books (I'm still not sure how many he wrote) but each of his books could only show one part of Professor Allworth.
 

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Central Asian Borderlands: The Pamirs Click Here to Open in a New Window

A EurasiaNet Photo Story

The Pamir Mountains served as a natural boundary between two old empires – Chinese and Russian. Stretching for hundreds of miles, and reaching an elevation of 7,500 meters (24,000 feet), the Pamirs are so remote that, even in this era of globalization, few travelers ever reach this corner of the world.
 

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Central Asia: Interpreting and Remembering the 1916 Revolt Click Here to Open in a New Window
EurasiaNet Commentary

“You must have some more of these potatoes,” the scholar next to me urged, ladling out beshbarmak, a tasty mixture of meat, flat noodles and broth that is widely considered Kazakhstan’s national dish. “They’re from Narynkol, one of the centers of the revolt.”
 

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Kyrgyzstan: Medieval Philosopher Reclaimed as National Hero Click Here to Open in a New Window

When the 11th-century philosopher and poet Yusuf Balasaguni published a work on the principles of just governance, his ideas quickly gained traction among the rulers of the Karakhanid khanate in which he lived.
 

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Kyrgyzstan Faces Mounting Debt Pile Click Here to Open in a New Window

An International Monetary Fund official is sounding the alarm over Kyrgyzstan’s rapidly mounting pile of sovereign debt.
 

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Water and Land Issues Dividing Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan Click Here to Open in a New Window

As strangers approached, a trio of soldiers guarding the dirt track leading to the Kasan-sai reservoir emerged warily from the bushes, rifles at the ready.
 
The soldiers were Kyrgyz, and less than a minute’s walk beyond them was the entrance to a village of Uzbek citizens living near the reservoir.
 

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Kyrgyzstan: Atambayev Turns up Heat in Political Row Click Here to Open in a New Window

President Almazbek Atambayev is raising the stakes in his souring confrontation with former allies by calling on the Prosecutor General to investigate fellow members of the interim government that he led in 2010.
 

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Suicide Bomber Wounds 3 in Kyrgyzstan Click Here to Open in a New Window
The Foreign Ministry of China has condemned the bombing at the Chinese embassy in Bishkek, and has urged the Kyrgyzstan government to investigate thoroughly.
Suicide Bomber Attacks Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan Click Here to Open in a New Window
Three people were wounded in the assault, which the Central Asian country’s government called “a terrorist act.”
Moscow Warehouse Fire Kills at Least 17 Migrant Workers Click Here to Open in a New Window
Most of the warehouse’s workers were from Kyrgyzstan, and a Kyrgyz representative in Moscow said all of the victims were young women.
Turkey Says Airport Bombers Were From Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Uzbekistan Click Here to Open in a New Window
Officials have blamed the Islamic State for the attack in which dozens were killed, and raids and arrests have been carried out across the country.
Addicts in Kyrgyzstan Fight to Break Heroin’s Grip, Armed With Stones Click Here to Open in a New Window
Rocks have helped men from a conservative culture talk about addiction, making them an integral element in one clinic’s treatment strategy.
Review: Seán Curran Company in a Cross-Cultural Exchange Click Here to Open in a New Window
Mr. Curran’s “Dream’d in a Dream” features music played by the Ustatshakirt Plus ensemble from Kyrgyzstan.
Kazakhstan’s Currency Plunges Click Here to Open in a New Window
Financial analysts say the currencies of Kazakhstan’s neighbors in Central Asia will likely fall, as well.
Kyrgyzstan: 4 Militants Die in Shootout in the Capital Click Here to Open in a New Window
Four militants linked to a terrorist organization have been killed in a shootout in the country’s capital, Bishkek, officials said Thursday.
What We’re Reading Click Here to Open in a New Window
Get recommendations from New York Times reporters and editors, highlighting great stories from around the web. Today, great reads from Nick Bilton, Quentin Hardy and others.
Putinspeak in Kyrgyzstan Click Here to Open in a New Window
Russia tries to expand its influence by exporting its repressive legislation to former Soviet states.





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