Having worked in Kyrgyz villages in 1992-1993, Bruce Pannier was eager to see how much the country that had taken in more foreign investment per capita than any other former Soviet republic had changed in the last three years. In -two weeks traversing the country in early September, he found that, with some exceptions, most […]

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