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· February, 2013

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from February, 2013

Kazakhstan to ‘Work Closely’ with Bloggers

MDG Consultations Held in Tajikistan

Journalist's Stabbing a ‘Warning’ for Tajik Opposition

A Tajik journalist and critic of the regime is in hospital after being stabbed in Moscow. The netizens in Tajikistan have little doubt that the attack on the journalist was...

Videos from “One Billion Rising” Global Protests for Women's Rights

Every third woman falls victim to violence in her lifetime. On February 14, 2013 thousands of people all over the world protested against these daily acts of violence with dance.

Horse is ‘Normal Meat’ in Kazakhstan

Tajik Civil War ‘Will Continue’

Lies, Damned Lies, and Turkmen Statistics

When it comes to statistics, the Turkmen government remains committed to the time-honored Soviet principles of book-cooking, data fudging and avoiding the uncomfortable truth at all costs. 'Good' statistics, such...

Praising Lenin in Tajik Poetry

Kazakhstan's ‘Breathtakingly Beautiful’ Parks

Open Access and the Complexity of Digital Rights

How do ways of thinking change through time and space? Today, this problem concerning the way the human intellect works is compounded by a new method of transmission - digital....

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