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Kyrgyzstan’s Post-Revolutionary Crossroads

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After three revolutions in two decades, the Kyrgyz people have proven to be highly effective at toppling corrupt regimes. But if they cannot learn to build as well as they destroy, they will remain perpetually in the dangerous zone between political chaos and state failure. BISHKEK – After staging three revolutions in two decades, one could argue that the people of Kyrgyzstan have accumulated unique knowledge of how it’s done. Then again, because new problems have emerged each time, there are clearly limits to what experience can offer. America’s Political Crisis and the Way Forward PS OnPoint Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images

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After three revolutions in two decades, the Kyrgyz people have proven to be highly effective at toppling corrupt regimes. But if they cannot learn to build as well as they destroy, they will remain perpetually in the dangerous zone between political chaos and state failure.

BISHKEK – After staging three revolutions in two decades, one could argue that the people of Kyrgyzstan have accumulated unique knowledge of how it’s done. Then again, because new problems have emerged each time, there are clearly limits to what experience can offer.

Kyrgyzstan’s latest revolution began in a typical fashion. Following a parliamentary election on October 4, protesters and rioters took to the streets seeking to annul the result, triggering a full-scale political crisis. By October 6, demonstrators had occupied the White House – the government building that houses the president’s...

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