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Cental Asia


The information obtained through a poll on the objective sides of the population's religiosity demonstrates the multi-directional flow of religious processes, as well as the fact that such a difference in their vectors is largely due not to the internal logic of development of religious relations, but to the influence of foreign religious organizations, as well as the corrupt interference into the activities of religious associations on the part of the public authorities that are in charge of the religious sphere.


It is rather difficult to talk about the place and role of Turkmenistan in the global economic environment. The fact is, our country has to integrate on its own in the world where everyone defends their own interests and is not ready to sacrifice their personal gain. Moreover, the success of a neighbor – and even that of a partner – is perceived as annoying rather than gladdening, so one should be ready to get a stab in the back at any time. But let us consider the good things first.


  • If thinking is destroyed,
  • the order is destroyed as well.


  • Confucius



The Ukrainian public relations experts do not skimp on the loud slogans and striking comparisons. The high self-esteem they showcase in their advertising is absolutely breathtaking. For example, let's consider the advertising of the achievements of the local agricultural industry. This is simply a gem!



Research shows that, despite the low level of religiosity of the population, the religious situation in Kyrgyzstan remains unstable and the pre-conflict; it is capable of transforming into one of catastrophic nature under certain conditions. The reasons of the both deep and situational nature are at the heart of such a possible sharp turn in the religious development of the situation. These reasons are connected primarily to the increasing influence of religion on the political processes occurring in the country.


As of today, non-governmental organizations around the world are the main political actors and elements of the political system. NGOs play an active role in the domestic and foreign policy of any state. In the domestic policy, they act as an additional mechanism of social relations and play an active role in the formation of civil society; in the foreign policy, the act as a tool of public diplomacy and a “soft power.”



In Kyrgyzstan, introducing amendments to the Constitution is becoming habitual, which results from the desire of the ruling political forces to remain in power as long as possible. Such amendments are not at all intended to achieve the objectives of ensuring sustainable and stable development of the country, as stated each time upon their introduction. All know that the Constitution merely formalizes the specific system of government, while practical implementation of this system is carried out by specific individuals, community groups and political associations.


The political instability and armed conflicts in certain countries of the Middle East and North Africa, including the 2011 “Arab Spring,” have significantly influenced the political processes in the world. In light of this, in recent years there have been an intensification in the global trends towards expansion and consolidation of the positions of the so-called “Islamic State,” which is a sign of the emergence of new types of threats. Thus, the national security issues in the region, including the Kyrgyz Republic, emerge full blown.

  • There is not a single thing in the world that would be weaker and softer than water; yet water is powerful enough to destroy the hardest things. (Laozi)



The recent military coup attempt in Turkey has actualized a number of topics, which, until recently, were relegated by Russian and Kyrgyz politicians and experts from Russia and Kyrgyzstan for various reasons. In particular, back in the early 1990s, a number of Central Asian states were informed by the competent authorities about the fact that Fethullah Gülen's structures had begun to establish a network of Turkish schools and universities with an ambiguous intention in the territory of the former Soviet republics.