by Nathan Hamm on 6/26/2005

Chris Schwartz and Ben Paarmann of Thinking East each have new blogs of their own. Chris’s can be found here and Ben’s here. Ben will be headed to Almaty at the end of the week, and if I remember correctly, he’ll be in Kyrgyzstan for the election in July.

And speaking of the election, Chris Weaver will be in Kyrgyzstan during the election.

Alan Cordova is doing research in Central Asia and blogging it. Right up my alley. His research focus is very similar to what I’m interested in. So, I’m especially thankful that Katy sent this one my way.

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