Stories about Kyrgyzstan from May, 2007
Asel is worried that the pursuit of short-term profit from tourism is ruining Kyrgyzstan's Issyk-kul.
neweurasia reports on a libel case against Kyrgyz human rights activists brought as a result of an article accusing an official of abusing defendants.
Tolkun Umaraliev reports that he must pay a bribe to have any hope of receiving top marks on an upcoming university exam.
New Central Asia blog Non Pon reports on recent news regarding the Russian and US military bases Kyrgyzstan hosts, including the formation of a social movement dedicated to closing down...
neweurasia reports on strategies for tackling Kyrgyzstan's regional divisions.
Tolkun Umaraliev says that one of the worst parts of taking exams at his university in Kyrgyzstan is knowing that despite all his hard studying to earn good grades, others...
Bonnie Boyd has an in-depth, two-part post on reducing income inequality in Central Asia: part one; part two.
KyrgyzReport reports on the Kyrgyz government's attempts to make more money from gold mining, but says that the lack of transparency in licensing decisions reduces potential income.
Ben Paarmann shares his thoughts on the Central Asian blogosphere — where it is, where it came from, and where it is going.
Sue Sypko shares thoughts on Central Asia blogs, bloggers, and their impact in the region.