by Bruce Pannier For the mountainous Central Asian state of Kyrgyzstan, 1997 seems to be the year when it started to turn the corner. When compared to the its Central Asian neighbors which were also once republics of the Soviet Union (Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and further west Turkmenistan), Kyrgyzstan maintained its image as the most […]

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