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Kazakhstan’s Snap Elections: Watching the Watchers
February 04, 2016
Kazakhstan’s Snap Elections: Watching the Watchers
Not all election monitors were created equal.
Kazakhstan’s Snap Elections: Watching the Watchers
A Year of 'Elections' in Central Asia
December 31, 2015
A Year of 'Elections' in Central Asia
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
A Year of 'Elections' in Central Asia
Final Results Confirmed in Kyrgyz Parliamentary Race
October 16, 2015
Final Results Confirmed in Kyrgyz Parliamentary Race
As expected, six parties cleared the threshold--but a coalition has yet to be determined.
Final Results Confirmed in Kyrgyz Parliamentary Race
What You Should Know About Kyrgyzstan’s Election
October 03, 2015
What You Should Know About Kyrgyzstan’s Election
As Kyrgyz head to the polls this weekend, read up on the election.
What You Should Know About Kyrgyzstan’s Election
America Finally Speaks Out About the Crushing of Tajik Opposition
October 02, 2015
America Finally Speaks Out About the Crushing of Tajik Opposition
After months of silence, Washington has issued a statement about Tajikistan.
America Finally Speaks Out About the Crushing of Tajik Opposition
Kyrgyzstan, the Mouse that Roared?
September 04, 2015
Kyrgyzstan, the Mouse that Roared?
Bishkek demands a little more respect for its democratic progress, but all is not lost in the US-Kyrgyz relationship.
Kyrgyzstan, the Mouse that Roared?
Interview: Competing Perspectives on Democracy in Central Asia
August 26, 2015
Interview: Competing Perspectives on Democracy in Central Asia
The Diplomat talks with Dr. Mariya Y. Omelicheva about why efforts to promote democracy have failed in the region.
Interview: Competing Perspectives on Democracy in Central Asia
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