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The religious situation is the general expression of the whole complex of religious manifestations observed in a particular area and at a particular time in their relationship with each other and with the society. As correctly observed by scientists, it is one of the essential factors of social, political, spiritual and ideological wellbeing of the country and society.


Formation of the religious situation is largely determined by the state policy pursued in the sphere of religious relations, and by the state laws on religion. The latter create the conditions for development of a particular system of relationships between the state and religion, and between different religions.


Corruption is a major problem that each and every country of the world faces. Many states adopt measures to eradicate corruption; however, so far no country has been able to completely defeat this disease. The anti-corruption policy is a system of measures adopted by a state that are aimed at preventing and combating corruption. To assess the anti-corruption policy of Kyrgyzstan, it would be appropriate to apply to the foreign experience of Georgia and Singapore.



Every publication on matters of Turkey and the Middle East published by famous Russian historian and political analyst Stanislav Tarasov on the website of news agency REX causes our great interest. This time our attention was grasped by his article published on the above-mentioned website on March 9, 2016 under the heading: “The Turkish Nest-Doll: Who Rules the Country and Erdogan?”



On January 22, 2016, the Kyrgyz President's press service reported that the head of state A.Atambaev had signed the laws of the Kyrgyz Republic “On denunciation of the agreement between the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Government of the Russian Federation on construction and operation of the Kambarata HPP-1 signed in Bishkek on September 20, 2012” and “On denunciation of the agreement between the government of the Kyrgyz Republic and the government of the Russian Federation on construction and operation of the Upper Naryn cascade of hydropower plants signe


Editorial note: The efficient use of all opportunities in international relations has always been one of the most crucial issues. Formally, there is a rather strong legal basis for the widest possible cooperation between Kyrgyzstan and Russia. The relations between our countries are characterized as strategic; they are based on the Declaration on Eternal Friendship, Alliance and Partnership. Feeling the civil liability above all else, two reputable scientists – Turusbek A. Asanov (Ph.D.


According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Russian Federation is currently one of the largest recipients of migrant workers. 48 percent of foreign labor force attracted to Russia are representatives of the Central Asian region. They also account for 70.5 percent of all migrants arriving in Russia from the countries of the former Soviet Union. In particular, Russia is the dominant direction of labor migration for 91.3 percent of citizens leaving Kyrgyzstan.



The Turkish fighter's air attack on the Russian bomber in the Syrian air space has been a stern “security check” of the truthfulness of some of the Commonwealth states' oaths of eternal strategic partnership and friendship with the Russian Federation. Indeed, the fact that Turkey “stabbed in the back” the MiG-24 that had virtually no protection should be regarded as a vile action in the truest sense of the word. Formally, Russia and Turkey are on the same side of the fence – the side that stands against the Islamic State.


At present, amidst a sharp drop in the quality of education and the ongoing crisis of science, religious explanation of life turns into the foundation of the outlook of Kyrgyz people. Whether we like it or not, in the near future this may lead not only to a change in many secularism-related forms of social identity, but also to the abandonment of the national statehood in favor of the so-called global caliphate. Because the total corruption of officials causes mistrust in the authorities.


In the Kyrgyz Republic, the contemporary level of migratory mobility of young people is quite high, since the socio-economic and socio-political transformations within the country have affected the living conditions of the young generation.