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Syrian jihad won’t be replicated by returning combatants, but fundamentalist ideals are long-established in Central Asia and won’t go away, regional expert says.
Former rivals join in anticipation of stiff competition in 2015 polls.
Strong ties between Tajik and Kyrgyz governments prevent local unrest from getting out of hand.
Moves to curb groups seen as too "political" reflect growing influence of Moscow.
State refuses to recognise followers of Tengrism as a religious group.
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