Uzbekistan Goes After Islam with Clothing Ban and Cameras - EurasiaNet

Authorities in Uzbekistan are increasing their surveillance of Muslims, while showing greater concern about what they wear.

At the beginning of March, a representative from the government-controlled Muslim Spiritual Board in Namangan Region requested that cameras be installed in and around 181 mosques in the area, Regnum reported . Authorities claim the installation of security...

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  1. Noted: If Hillary Clinton says something about sexism, youd better pay attention. Yesterday at something called a townterview (fun with portmanteaus!) with students and other young people in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, the secretary of state was fielding some pretty boring questions until the moderator...
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  1. Published by University of Pittsburgh Pre 2012
    ISBN 9780822978091,0822978091
    240 pages
    Speaking Soviet with an Accent presents the first English-language study of Soviet culture clubs in Kyrgyzstan. These clubs profoundly influenced the future of Kyrgyz cultural identity and fostered the work of many artists, such as famed novelist Chingiz Aitmatov. Based on extensive oral history and archival research, Ali Igmen follows the rise of culture clubs beginning in the 1920s, when they were established to inculcate Soviet ideology and create a sedentary lifestyle among the historically nomadic Kyrgyz people. These “Red clubs” are fondly remembered by locals as one of the few places where lively activities and socialization with other members of their ail (village or tribal unit) could be found. Through lectures, readings, books, plays, concerts, operas, visual arts, and cultural Olympiads, locals were exposed to Soviet notions of modernization. But these programs also encouraged the creation of a newfound “Kyrgyzness” that preserved aspects of local traditions and celebrated the achievements of Kyrgyz citizens in the building of a new state. These ideals proved appealing to many Kyrgyz, who, for centuries, had seen riches and power in the hands of a few tribal chieftains and Russian imperialists. This book offers new insights into the formation of modern cultural identity in Central Asia. Here, like their imperial predecessors, the Soviets sought to extend their physical borders and political influence. But Igmen also reveals the remarkable agency of the Kyrgyz people, who employed available resources to meld their own heritage with Soviet and Russian ideologies and form artistic expressions that continue to influence Kyrgyzstan today.
  2. Published by Marshall Cavendish 2015
    ISBN 0761420134,9780761420132
    144 pages
    Provides a profile of the history, geography, government, culture, people, and economy of Kyrgyzstan.
  3. Published by Bradt Travel Guides 2015
    ISBN 9781841628561,1841628565
    320 pages
    Deep within central Asia, Kyrgyzstan's beautiful mountainscapes, dreamlike rock formations and semi-nomadic culture are gloriously unspoiled. A trip here can be as adventurous as you please: admire 5,000-year-old petroglyphs at Saimaluu-Tash, gallop on horseback through the rugged Ala-Archa Canyon, visit Bishkek's Soviet-era statues or simply laze on the shores of the vast Lake Issyk-Kul.Now in its third edition, this remains the only English-language guide dedicated solely to Kyrgyzstan. It offers in-depth coverage of historical background, health, safety and transport, plus author recommendations on the best yurt camps and chaikhanas. Join Laurence Mitchell on a magnificent journey through the country's remote Silk Road villages, ancient conifer forests and rolling alpine meadows.
  4. Published by Infobase Publishing 2015
    ISBN 9781438122458,1438122454
    pages
    This text examines the problems confronting the Central Asian Republics - as they adjust to being independent countries. It is divided into five sections, offering an overview of each country: its geography, population, history, and government, as well as an outlook for its future.
  5. Published by World Bank Publications 1993
    ISBN 0821325256,9780821325254
    230 pages
    Annotation Kyrgyzstan's economic reform program faces more difficulty than those of other countries of the former Soviet Union (FSU). But a reform agenda could lead to significant progress in the medium term. This study examines the country's historic dependence on imports and economic transfers and provides a strategy to speed short-term and medium-term reforms. The strategy would coordinate monetary, fiscal, and trade policies with those of other FSU countries. It would reduce the budget deficit to limit inflation. A plan for increasing hard currency exports outlines free trade agreements that would bolster trade among the countries of the FSU. The study places priority on reforms that promote privatization and suggests which enterprises to privatize quickly. Monetary and fiscal reforms are described for boosting savings and loosening credit. Proposed spending cuts would phase out unproductive enterprises and reduce consumer subsidies while protecting critical social services. The report estimates the financial and technical assistance Kyrgyzstan will need. It suggests a cutoff level for financing so as to stay within the country's capacity for servicing debt.

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  4. The traditional clothing in Kyrgyzstan was much dependent upon the nomadic life style of the Kyrgyz people. The traditional dress of Kyrgyzstan was almost
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