Aidai Anarbek kyzy

The author is originally from Kyrgyzstan, currently pursuing her bachelor's in International Relations by the University of Pecs, Hungary. She is active in the area of human rights. Her primary focus is on women and minority rights.

Revolution of Hope in Kyrgyzstan: Who Won?

Kyrgyzstan is an impoverished former Soviet Union country, which managed to become the “democratic island” of the Central Asian region. It shares international borders...

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