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· September, 2008

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from September, 2008

Georgia: Frontline Photos

Kazakhstan: Above and Beyond

Afghanistan: Surge East

Afghanistan: How to Win

Afghanistan: What kind of government

Mongolia: Brain Drain Remains Harsh Problem

Tajikistan: Real number of people in trouble

Kazakhstan: New landmark of Almaty

Kyrgyzstan: Head of Central Election Commission resigns

Kazakhstan: Measures to Support Banks

Tajikistan: Another Journalist Targeted

Afghanistan: Students on Hunger Strike

Azerbaijan: Urban Development Blog

Armenia: Cultural Control

Poland, Russia, U.S.: A “New Cold War” or Not?

Kazakhstan: Who Lives Well in Kazakhstan

As long as Kazakhstan still aspires to enter the top 50 most competitive states of the world (although these efforts have so far resulted in decline of its competitiveness, as...

Russia-Georgia: Reports on military and civilian death tolls

Tajikistan: Talco Attacks Journalist

You might recall an article from a while back about how the government of Tajikistan was forming a unit to deal with that country's image problem, because, god knows, that's...

Uzbekistan: Investing in Soccer

Tajikistan: Electricity crisis

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