Stories about Tajikistan from August, 2006
Ben Paarmann posts the third part of his series on the determination of borders in Central Asia.
Sean Roberts discusses Chinese goals in Central Asia.
Vadim writes about the difficulties Tajik citizens face in obtaining foreign visas.
Ben Paarmann has posted part two of his series of posts on the determination of Central Asia's national borders during the Soviet period.
Neil of neweurasia reports on press freedom in Central Asia and the Caucasus.
neweurasia's team of bloggers have lengthy posts looking back at 15 years of independence in Central Asia and the Caucasus.
Today is 15 years since the beginning of the events that some people consider (RUS) Russia's Orange Revolution – but which are better known as the August Putsch. This year, on August 20 and 21, memorial services will be held in Moscow for Dmitry Komar, Ilya Krichevsky and Vladimir Usov,...
Ben Paarmann begins to examine the reasons for Central Asia's current borders, which are often incorrectly called “arbitrary.”
Vadim rounds up news about recent news from Tajikistan.
James of neweurasia has more on the death of Said Abdullo Nuri, who he says was instrumental in moving forward the peace process ending the Tajik civil war.
Ataman Rakim writes briefly about Said Abdullo Nuri, the leader of Tajikistan's Islamic Rennaissance Party who recently passed away.
Vadim discusses passenger complaints against Tajikistan's national airlines.
James discusses the growing involvement of Tajik women in Hizb-ut-Tahrir, an Islamist organization in which they were earlier only peripherally involved.