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Uzbekistan After Islam Karimov: What to Expect
September 27, 2016
Uzbekistan After Islam Karimov: What to Expect
Katie Putz joins The Diplomat's Ankit Panda for a conversation on Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
Uzbekistan After Islam Karimov: What to Expect
Russian, Tajik, Chinese 'Traces' on Bishkek Embassy Bombing
September 14, 2016
Russian, Tajik, Chinese 'Traces' on Bishkek Embassy Bombing
The August 30 attack on the Chinese Embassy in Bishkek was reportedly funded from abroad.
Russian, Tajik, Chinese 'Traces' on Bishkek Embassy Bombing
Suicide Attack on Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan
August 30, 2016
Suicide Attack on Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan
A car rammed the embassy's gate and detonated a bomb inside the compound. Three Kyrgyz workers were injured.
Suicide Attack on Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan
Is the ISIS Threat in Kyrgyzstan Real?
August 04, 2015
Is the ISIS Threat in Kyrgyzstan Real?
Speculation abounds after a mid-July incident in downtown Bishkek.
Is the ISIS Threat in Kyrgyzstan Real?
China Courts Central Asia
October 04, 2013
China Courts Central Asia
Amid an unprecedented flurry of energy deals, Beijing strengthens alliances on Russia’s backdoor but struggles to keep Xinjiang as happy.
China Courts Central Asia
How Kyrgyzstan Sees Jasmine Unrest
March 02, 2011
How Kyrgyzstan Sees Jasmine Unrest
The kind of unrest seen in the Arab world is familiar to many Kyrgyzstanis. But the hard work comes after revolution, says Erica Marat.
How Kyrgyzstan Sees Jasmine Unrest
What I saw in Bishkek
April 12, 2010
What I saw in Bishkek
An eye witness to the violence during last week’s Kyrgyz uprising shares what he saw with photojournalist Hugh Bohane.
What I saw in Bishkek
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