Stories about Kyrgyzstan from June, 2006
Standing at the edge of the abyss close to Kyrgyzstan's Pik Lenin, let's not waste any time to present you the highlights from two weeks of online conversation from Central...
The Pamirs in sight, Kyrgyzstan Welcome to the latest roundup of the Central Asian and Caucasian blogosphere, brought to you bi-weekly by neweurasia. This edition reaches you from sunny Berlin,...
Does public broadcasting have a place in Kyrgyzstan? neweurasia discusses.
Tolkun Umaraliev says that “World Cup Crazies” in the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh are getting together throughout the competition to bet on and watch the games.
Registan.net writes about pressures on Turkmen musical traditions in Afghanistan and the influence of Western pop and hip-hop on music throughout Central Asia.
CXW says that blogging is increasingly popular in Kyrgyzstan and profiles the blog of the EKOIS project which provides loads of information on environmental issues in Kyrgyzstan.
The Golden Road to Samarqand writes about balbals, stone grave markers found on graves across Central Asia.
Yulia of neweurasia writes about the negotiations between the US and Kyrgyzstan over payments for the US military to house troops and equipment at the Manas airfield.