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Analyses | | Krzysztof Strachota
The calm manner in which the constitutional referendum has been conducted and the adoption of a new constitution in Kyrgyzstan do not mean a stabilisation of the country; nor will divergent approaches of global powers contribute to it…
Analyses | | Aleksandra Jarosiewicz
On 15 June two new constitutional laws granting the current president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, the lifelong status of the leader of the nation entered into force. The laws guarantee Nazarbayev formal and decisive influence on the state…
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On 17 June the Turkmen media announced the launch of the process of removing the Neutrality Arch, on top of which stands the golden statue of the first president of Turkmenistan Saparmurat Niyazov (known as Turkmenbashi), from the…
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Although the wave of bloody tensions on ethnic grounds in the south of Kyrgyzstan has died down (9 -12 June), the situation in the country remains very unstable. Security and the representative nature of the constitutional referendum…
Analyses | | Wojciech Górecki, Marek Matusiak
Russia’s probable intervention in Kyrgyzstan is likely to meet with the acceptance of world opinion. By stabilising the situation in that country, Moscow will pursue the expansion of its influence in Central Asia and the strengthening…
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On 7 June in Istanbul, in the presence of the president of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliev and the prime minister of Turkey Recep Erdogan, a range of documents was signed concerning bilateral gas cooperation. This represents significant progress…