Kyrgyz political leaders fear that the spread of Islam will threaten the secular government, but their fears may be unfounded. There is little Islamic tradition in Kyrgyzstan, and the Kyrgyz people appear resistant to fundamentalismby BRUCE PANNIER LIVING IN ONE OF THE POOREST FORMER Soviet republics, facing a scarcity of goods, acute inflation, and high […]

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