PUBL.- Articles Analyzing Politics in Kyrgyzstan, Institute for Public Policy
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The following are the latest articles of the Institute for Public
Policy, Kyrgyzstan (February 20 - March 19, 2007), appearing on the
"We overworked the Constitution so that none of the Constitutions in
Kyrgyzstan get public legitimization."
Interview with Muratbek Imanaliev
"Kyrgyzstan in Search of a Recipe for Competitiveness"
"Kyrgyzstan: Democratic Success or Threat to Stability?"
"Central Asia in 2007: Dynamics of Change and Development"
"Authorities-Opposition" Tandem in 2007"
"State Construction and Romanticism of Nationalism"
"Constitutional Reform and Powers of the Highest Government Bodies in
Kyrgyzstan: A New Balance?"
"Kyrgyz Foreign Policy Priorities in 2007"
Round table summary
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