Things Worth Reading

by Nathan Hamm on 4/24/2004 · 2 comments

EurasiaNet has a few other things worth checking out. I’m too tired from the Foreign Service Exam to talk too much about them, but here they are:

Central Asia’s Masters of Spin
Kyrgyz elections are a testing ground for the possibility of vote-driven power transfers in Central Asia
Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakstan have become one big, happy economy

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upyernoz April 25, 2004 at 10:54 am

good luck on the exam. every year i contemplate taking it. i just can’t stomach the idea of working for this administration. based on this site, i’m sure you’ll do well

mark April 26, 2004 at 8:51 pm


Having known Nathan his whole life, I think he would find any administration equally easy/difficult to work for.

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