According to “Uncertain Kyrgyzstan: Rebalancing U.S. Policy” by Ambassador Ross Wilson, and Executive Vice President Damon Wilson, the international community is failing to respond in ways commensurate with the crisis.

Current proposals within the OSCE are too modest to meet the challenge at hand. The OSCE led a far more robust set of activities during the Balkans crises, and the United States, Russia, Kazakhstan and the European Union should support the organization assuming a more ambitious response to the Kyrgyz crisis. This issue brief proposes urgent recommendations for U.S. policy.