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The country’s recent parliamentary elections show process of tentative change is real.
Conservative values and censorship means that artists and performers are tightly regulated.
Hopes for hi-tech entrepreneurship as an emerging market.
Ground-breaking IWPR research shows how access to information is changing.
Activists say that public awareness of humane treatment is growing.
6 Sep 16
The late leader leaves a tainted legacy and no evident successor.
5 Sep 16
Looking back at images of life in the quarter-century since independence.
2 Sep 16
Rumours circulate that funeral preparations have already begun.
31 Aug 16
The authoritarian system built over 25 years may outlast any one leader.
16 Jun 16
The government wants to control people’s lives both online and offline.
17 May 16
The countryside may be beautiful, but its communities face an uncertain future.
24 Mar 16
Analysts say that power play is motivated by competition over energy resources.
10 Mar 16
Kyrgystan’s membership of a Moscow-led trading bloc has softened the blow for its citizens, but Uzbeks and Tajiks are clearly suffering.
18 Nov 15
Tashkent likely to be more amenable to regional security cooperation, but may still shun formal defence pact.
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