The similarities between Kyrgyzstan’s current unrest and the protests of five years ago are easy to spot, but they don’t tell the whole story. by Alisher Khamidov Some observers are drawing strong parallels with the current instability in Kyrgyzstan and the “Tulip Revolution” of March 2005. While there are definitely some similarities, there are also […]

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