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Political unrest erupted in Kyrgyzstan, the mountainous nation west of China’s Xinjiang province, after a disputed parliamentary election on October 4. Anger over election rigging prompted a large demonstration in the capital’s city square the next day, when protesters set the parliament on fire. Beijing watched calmly as different political fractions rushed to fill the power vacuum, knowing that no matter which political party ended up controlling the parliament, no member of the Kyrgyz elite…

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