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· August, 2005

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from August, 2005

Uzbekistan cuts off gas to Kyrgyzstan

Uzbekistan has cut off contracted supplies of natural gas to Kyrgyzstan, blogs Laurence at Registan, a move Kyrgyz officials see as motivated by their government's rescue of 439 Uzbek refugees...

Kyrgyzstan: North-south alliance shaky

The strategic north-south political alliance which won a general election in March for Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiev and prime minister Feliks Kulov may already be under threat, blogs Laurence at...

Central Asia: Book review

Reuters correspondent Hugh Pope has a new book out about Turkic political cultures, which catches the eye of Laurence at Registan

Kyrgyzstan: An aftertaste of lemons

Tim, in his on-line journal Kumys, tells how conspiracy theories about U.S. involvement left him feeling sour about his Peace Corps assignment in Kyrgyzstan.

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