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Articles by Tolkun Umaraliev

On “CyberChaikhana: Digital Conversations from Central Asia”
Saturday, 23 Apr, 2011 – 21:16 | No Comment

Christopher Schwartz, neweurasia’s managing editor for the English site who also served as the editor for our network’s new book, “CyberChaikhana: Digital Conversations from Central Asia”, explains a little bit about the goal and writing …

People in Bishkek organize state-sanctioned vigilante groups to keep order in the city
Friday, 25 Jun, 2010 – 13:12 | No Comment
People in Bishkek organize state-sanctioned vigilante groups to keep order in the city

Following the recent April events of  2010, which claimed the lives of more than 85 people, and ended with mass looting in Bishkek, residents of the capital city started demonstrating their civic participation and organized …

I want peace in Kyrgyzstan 2
Tuesday, 22 Jun, 2010 – 8:45 | One Comment

“We are brothers and sisters, we are children of our beautiful land. We call all of you, kyrgyzstanis, to tolerance and peace, compassion and solidarity. We have to prove to everyone that we are united. …

The [post-revolution] situation in Kyrgyzstan remains relatively stable
Tuesday, 27 Apr, 2010 – 8:53 | 4 Comments
The [post-revolution] situation in Kyrgyzstan remains relatively stable

…says the acting (of acting (!)) minister of Interior Affairs Bakytbek Alymbekov, who is replacing the acting minister of Interior Affairs Bolotbek Sherniyazov, who is on sick leave.
After the recent events in Kyrgyzstan, when the …

Podcast: Kyrgyz “revolution 2.0″ through the eyes of foreigners
Tuesday, 13 Apr, 2010 – 19:38 | No Comment
Podcast: Kyrgyz “revolution 2.0″ through the eyes of foreigners

I happened to be far from my country, Kyrgyzstan, when the recent bloody events happened in its capital city Bishkek. I was taking part in an event called YouthExchange 2010 that was held in Budapest, …