Kyrgyzstan 2010-2011: from Conflict to Fragile Stability

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Kyrgyzstan had to manage complex systemic changes when, following the disintegration of the Soviet Union, it embarked on a series of rapid social, economic and political transitions. This paper summarises the main factors that created a conflict-prone society, then analyses the evolution of the 2010 conflict; lastly, it considers the prospects for stability following the return to political processes. The author examines regional and international responses to the Kyrgyz crisis.

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- Shirin Akiner

University of London

Школа восточных и африканских исследований; Лондонский университет; University of London




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Copyright (c) 2012 Ширин Акинер -.

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