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· September, 2011

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from September, 2011

Afghanistan: Donor dependence

Uzbekistan: Activists detained for photographing child labor

Uzbekistan: Exiled opposition member murdered

Turkmenistan: Spoken and unspoken lyrics of Turkmen literature

Uzbekistan: Violations of religious freedom

Kyrgyzstan: Pushing for the state language in campaign

China: Xinjiang’s Most Popular Song

Georgia: Virtual Facebook Parliamentary Speaker Election Game

Ahead of next year's parliamentary election in Georgia, the ruling party continues in its attempt to harness the power of social media to attract interest in the electoral process from...

Armenia: Punishing homophobia

Azerbaijan: Peace Corps Reflections

Turkmenistan: Global Village or Village Behind the Globe?

Foreign presence in Turkmenistan is limited to a few diplomats and branch executives of a couple of large energy or construction companies. So the existence of Americans living and teaching...

Afghanistan: Taliban propaganda on the internet

Afghanistan: Local police units failing

Kazakhstan: Forbes magazine franchise launched

Kyrgyzstan: Intelligence cooperation with China

Afghanistan: The country's relations with China

Russia: Prosecutor General Calls For Control Over Social Networks

Kyrgyzstan: 83 Candidates Register for Presidential Elections

Kyrgyzstan, famous for its political unrest, will have a presidential election in October 2011. No fewer than 83 Kyrgyz citizens have registered to participate in the race for the presidency....

Azerbaijan: Caspian Dreaming…

Tajikistan: The country in its 20

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