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"English" meynstrim
Oleg Panfilov
Long way home
Joseph Omurbekov (OSH)
The second revolution did not work
A diamond stylus (Moscow)
SCO and Central Asian countries
Rashid G. Abdullo (Birmingham), Damir (Vacancies)
Negotiations without hope
Stanislav Pritchin (Moscow)
Rosalia Khusainova, Adil Dzhalilov (Almaty)
Zero cycle
Dome Hammer (Ashgabat)
"English" meynstrim
A few months after the revolution in Georgia, at a seminar in Osh, Kyrgyz journalists discussed the possibility of similar events in their own country. The seminar was devoted to other issues, but the “pink” revolution was an important topic of discussion everywhere, and in Kyrgyzstan even more so.
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Long way home
The fate of a large army of ethnic Kyrgyz living outside the country for the first time seriously concerned the authorities only after gaining independence. During the rule of ex-President Askar Akayev, a cry was even thrown so that they all returned home to Kyrgyzstan. But then few people obeyed the presidential call.
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The second revolution did not work
The indefinite opposition rally ended in dispersal with the help of special means. For the first time, tear gas was used to disperse demonstrators in Kyrgyzstan. “The dispersal of the rally only warmed up the president’s opponents. If it were not for the provocation, the protest could have gone to a new level in 2-3 days, and the effect of “interrupted flight” would turn out, says one of the opposition leaders, Ravshan Jeenbekov, the recent ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Malaysia.
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SCO and Central Asian countries
If you look closely at the activities of the SCO, it is impossible not to notice the increased attention of this organization to Central Asia. Moreover, it seems that the Central Asian direction in its activities is almost the main one. And this is far from accidental. After all, the SCO began to function as the Shanghai Five, an informal association of countries with common borders, to solve all sorts of border problems and strengthen confidence-building measures.
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Negotiations without hope
In late April, a regular meeting of the Special Working Group (JWG) to determine the status of the Caspian Sea at the level of deputy foreign ministers of Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Iran will be held in Ashgabat. Such a technical format of the Caspian Five meeting is intended to find common points between the conflicting positions of the parties on the sea issue.
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At the sixth Eurasian Media Forum in Almaty, a topical, far beyond such events theme - the so-called “glamor” in journalism was raised. In honor of this, an almost nominal Ksyusha Sobchak was invited, who irrefutably believes that glamor is not content, “just an attractive form that makes our life more beautiful”.
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Zero cycle
The first working visit of the new President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov to Russia took place. They waited for this trip, not only Russians living in Turkmenistan, but also Turkmen themselves pinned their hopes on it. While listening to the news on TV and reading local newspapers, many ordinary people of Turkmenistan, half-eyed and half-eyed, followed the gas talks of the two sides and showed much greater interest in other issues under discussion.
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