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Central Asia

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

Global Voices

21 Jan 16
Legal representatives of government opponents find themselves in trouble.
IWPR Central Asia Director Abakhon Sultonnazarov  and Maxim Shevchenko, Head of Centre for Strategic Research on Religion and Politics in the Modern World. (Photo: IWPR)
18 Jan 16
Trainees learn how to cover religious extremism at large-scale round table in Bishkek.
21 Dec 15
Washington looks for areas for pragmatic cooperation despite Bishkek's alignment with Moscow.
18 Dec 15
Stigma and legal loopholes mean that many women suffer in silence.
President Almazbek Atambaev. (Photo: premier.gov.ru)
11 Dec 15
The president hinted at it last month; now others are talking about changing the constitution.
4 Dec 15
Attempts to block or amend contentious bill come to nothing.
Comment
30 Nov 15
Police try to engineer Soviet-style forcible confinement in psychiatric hospital.
27 Nov 15
Four years' absence will make it hard for LiveJournal to claw back its fans.
The Tajik parliament building in Dushanbe. (Phone: Rjruiziii/Wikimedia Commons)
26 Nov 15
Activists move abroad in anticipation of restrictions.
Bridge connecting Afghan border town of Hairatan with Uzbekistan. (Photo: Qayum Babak)
Interview
18 Nov 15
Tashkent likely to be more amenable to regional security cooperation, but may still shun formal defence pact.

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