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April's unrest in Kyrgyzstan left 80 dead.

Seen from afar, Kyrgyzstan appears finally to be returning to normal. But following a bloody April uprising that ousted President Kurmanbek Bakiyev and left more than 80 dead, analysts warn that the small Central Asian nation is far from stable and could very possibly see further unrest, if not outright political chaos. Read more»

Unrest last week in Biskek.

Why you should care about the upheaval in this small, ex-Soviet state. Read more»

A billboard is attacked during unrest in Bishkek on Thursday.

Three days after thousands of protesters President Bakiyev from the capital, officials in the country's new government expressed outrage that Washington turned a blind eye to the deposed administration's abuses. Some of them are calling for the closure of the United States' air base. Read more» 2

President Obama, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, left, and Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus share a toast during a luncheon at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday.

Real diplomacy doesn’t happen to the sound of applause. In recent weeks, it seems Obama has come to understand this and has shown a change in the White House’s game plan when it comes to international affairs. Read more» 1

Unrest in Bishkek, April 8.

Russia blesses the revolution in Kyrgyzstan, leaving America and China on the outside looking in at events in Bishkek. Read more»