Contact: B. Rose Huber
Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Caption: Kyrgyzstan has become a drug-smuggling powerhouse between Afghanistan and Russia. In this report, Princeton University researcher Alexander Kupatadze argues whether Kyrgyzstan's drug trade is intertwined with its politics making it a "narco-state."
Credit: Woodrow Wilson School
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