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· December, 2006

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from December, 2006

Kazakhstan: where are we going to be in 15 years?

15 years ago we came into existence. I mean – we existed before, but no one knew. 15 years ago after the 1991 August putsch in Moscow, and followed collapse...

Uzbekistan: Russia Moves In

Afghanistan:Snow in Kabul

Turkmenistan: Transition

Uzbekistan: Religious Restrictions

Turkmenistan: Weak Constitution

Azerbaijan: Olympics

Armenia: Parliamentary Monitor

Turkmenistan: Wild Cards

Kazakhstan: Pressuring Teachers

Armenia: Bad News on Deforestation

Kazakhstan: NurOtan

Turkmenistan: Dust to Dust

Turkmenbashi's Death: Bloggers’ Reactions

“The Pres” by Flickr user blogjam Turkmenistan's authoritarian and, to put it lightly, eccentric President Sapurmurad Niyazov died suddenly of a heart attack in the early hours of December 21st....

Armenia: Dead Homeless

Tajikistan: Voices from Tajikistan

Kyrgyzstan: Ala Kachuu

Kazakhstan: Controlling Nationalism

Central Asia & Caucasus: 30 Years After Independence

Armenia: .AM Domains

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