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Kyrgyzstan: Widening Ethnic Divisions in the South

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS Kyrgyzstan’s government has failed to calm ethnic tensions in the south, which continue to grow since the 2010 violence, largely because of the state’s neglect and southern leaders’ anti-Uzbek policies. Osh, the country’s second city, where more than 420 people died in ethnic clashes in June of that year, remains dominated Read more »

NEW WAY ON … CHANGE THE HISTORY (by the cinema)

The sense of historical concern is considered to be one of the peculiarities of each nation. The existence of nations or people depends on the historic memory which is exactly in correspondence with time and place. Historic memory or the sense of concern shows the nation’s place in the world culture and civilization as well Read more »

PARTIAL TRUTH AND SELECTIVE JUSTICE THE AFTERMATH OF THE JUNE 2010 VIOLENCE IN KYRGYZSTAN

PARTIAL TRUTH AND SELECTIVE JUSTICE THE AFTERMATH OF THE JUNE 2010 VIOLENCE IN KYRGYZSTAN

STATEMENT FOR THE OCTOBER 4 WARSAW INFORMAL ROUNDTABLE

Introduction I would like to thank conveners of this roundtable for inviting me here to testify about the ways to address ethnic tensions in my native country Kyrgyzstan. In early June 1990, when the initial ethnic clashes between the Kyrgyz and Uzbeks erupted in Soviet Kyrgyzstan, I was a 13 year-old boy in an Uzbek-speaking Read more »