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No. 6 (74) March 2008
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CONTENTS OF THE NUMBER
"Uzbek" April
Dmitry Alyaev
NEP in Kyrgyz
Stanislav Pritchin (Moscow)
Allow me!
Murad Aytakov (Ashgabat)
Tell me how to ask ...
Payrav Chorshanbiyev (Dushanbe)
"Flowers of life" as an object of violence
Yulia Kuznetsova (Almaty)
"White City" Ashgabat
Mohammed Geldiyev (Ashgabat)
Opposition revenge
Damir Vacancies (Moscow)
Rahat - not really borat
Rasul Ibragimov (Almaty)
"Uzbek" April
In early April, many international events are expected concerning Uzbekistan. For example, the EU will return to considering the sanctions imposed on this country after the Andijan events. Official Tashkent is waiting for this with impatience and hope.
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NEP in Kyrgyz
The year 2007 was rich in events in Kyrgyzstan. Political battles between the government and the opposition have stirred up the republic all year round. By the end of the year, thanks to skillful actions, the team of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev managed to outplay his opponents.
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Allow me!
I go to the Internet for days and see that Alexander Lukashenko is again butting with the West. Or the West butts it. It doesn’t matter, the process is going on - America introduced new sanctions against Farther, the OSCE and the Council of Europe will also be noted in the coming days. There is no need to find fault with the West, the Old Man himself gives it: over and over again, rallies rallies, closes newspapers, attacks other corns of the local and western democracies.
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Tell me how to ask ...
Tajikistan is a country with a small economy, and, naturally, in order to ensure rapid economic growth, the republic needs to rely on attracting foreign capital. Everybody is talking about this, including Tajik government officials at various levels. But to talk about it, of course, is easy. Much harder to accomplish this task.
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"Flowers of life" as an object of violence
The topic of protecting the rights of children, as a rule, pops up either at the moment when it can become someone a profitable “chip” in pursuit of a bureaucratic chair, or when the situation is completely “pinned” to the wall.
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"White City" Ashgabat
Panorama of construction projects in Ashgabat, their scale and diversity can not fail to impress the imagination. Such an abundance of erected original high-rise buildings can be found only in Astana or Moscow. But it is precisely in Ashgabat that a sense of the construction city arises, and the buildings being erected attract attention with their originality.
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Opposition revenge
The spring of 2008 (a leap year) in Kyrgyzstan promises to be “hot”. What remains of the Kyrgyz opposition after the 2007 parliamentary elections, intends to hold a series of events in the middle and end of March this year, at which it intends to express a vote of no confidence in the authorities. The range of issues discussed at the kurultai is wide.
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Rahat - not really borat
In Kazakhstan’s politics, the next upheavals are: the ex-son-in-law of the country's president Rakhat Aliyev and the former head of the republic’s national security committee Alnur Musayev were found guilty of preparing a coup d'état. The court sentenced them both in absentia (since both are hiding abroad) to 20 years in prison.
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