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The legal obstacles to inviting foreign investors to complete an ambitious hydroelectric scheme have been overcome, but plenty of questions remain about the politics and economics of privatisation.
15 Feb 10
The system by which voters will decide the fate of a new constitution is obsolete and open to abuse, analysts say.
19 Oct 07
Attempt to encourage public-spirited citizens to contribute funds to repay the national debt meets with a cool response.
30 Aug 07
As new way of opposition to the American military presence in Central Asia gathers strength, some believe the real pressure is coming from Moscow.
22 Jun 07
Journalists caught up in Kyrgyzstan’s political battles and general instability remain vulnerable to harassment, intimidation and assault.
3 May 07