Central Asia 20 Years On | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Central Asia 20 Years On
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Tbilisi rubbishes Russian claims that jihadists have set up training bases within the country.
Vocational training programmes prove highly successful in eastern province.
Tehran’s re-entry into the gas market is changing the status quo.
21 Dec 11
Moscow will find it hard to claw back former economic dominance as China moves into Central Asian region.
Almaz Rysaliev, Askar Aktalov, Inga Sikorskaya, Dina Tokbaeva
15 Dec 11
Political tensions, trade rules and simple corruption make travel between Central Asian states a complex and unpleasant business.
13 Dec 11
Polygamy now so commonplace that some say legalising it might be best option.
9 Dec 11
Top-line economic indicators look good, but broader picture is less appealing.
9 Dec 11
More restrictive legislation on the way, experts warn.
7 Dec 11
Managing succession when veteran leaders leave the stage is greatest risk factor for region's stability, leading American expert says.
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