Kyrgyzstan: Revolution Revisited
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As a policymaker, how would you fight Kyrgyzstan's corruption problems?

The first post-Soviet state to join the World Trade Organization, Kyrgyzstan once seemed poised to become a Central Asian economic tiger. But that promise failed to materialize. Corruption has proven one of the largest stumbling blocks. President Kurmanbek Bakiyev's government has promised a crackdown, but what policies are the most likely to engender success?

Review six areas critical to Kyrgyzstan's battle against corruption and weigh the advantages and disadvantages for possible policy options before making your own choice.

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