The Institute for Public Policy is a Bishkek-based independent organization that was founded in April 2005. It aims at promoting formation of a practice of public policy and development of mechanisms of constructive interaction between state institutions, civil society, mass media and businesses.
"So far, the President has been successful in political maneuvering to maintain a low level of protest consolidation. But it is becoming more and more difficult to do so... It is a logic of politics,” said Valentin Bogatyrev, head of the analytical consortium "Perspective" in an article written for the IPP.
"Mediation is not a panacea, but only one of the possible techniques for conflict resolution. Its development requires certain conditions," said Anar Musabayeva, a political analyst, in an article written exclusively for the IPP.
"In contrast to many countries with a developed legal culture, conflicts in Kyrgyzstan are resolved not on the basis of established rules enshrined in laws and in the minds of people but on the basis of emotions of politicians and their volatile behavior," said political analyst Anar Musabayeva in the following article written for the Institute for Public Policy.
"If the current composition of the Jogorku Kenesh survives 2013, then it will work until the end of its term," writes Valentin Bogatyrev, head of the analytical consortium "Perspective", in an exclusive article for the Institute of Public Policy (IPP).