Stories about Tajikistan from January, 2007
Alexander reports that a small protest took place in front of Tajikistan's Supreme Court to draw attention to what protesters characterized as corrupt decisions by courts on land disputes.
Registan.net writes about German proposals for a new European Union policy on Central Asia, and neweurasia responds, wondering why we don't hear more on Europe's efforts to renew ties with the region.
Gulru offers a glimpse of a Tajik wedding at neweurasia.
At neweurasia, Alexander reports on the new political strategy of the Islamic Renaissance Party.
Gulru begins blogging about Tajikistan for neweurasia with a post on the city of Khujand, the Pearl of the East.
Vadim reports that poverty and high prices for nonferrous metals are driving people in Tajikistan to steal telephone wires.
Alexander of neweurasia Tajikistan reports that Tajikistan is set to step up economic cooperation with China.
Vadim takes a look at some of the latest topics being discussed in the Tajik blogosphere.
The World Bank's Private Sector Development Blog now has a blogger writing from Tajikistan who has already posted first impressions of Tajikistan.
The Golden Road to Samarqand writes about the LDS church in Central Asia.
Vadim explains how the imbalance in Tajikistan between males and females has an impact on how people choose spouses.
Candide describes the gahvora, the cradle used in Tajikistan and other parts of Asia, which, the author says, is the mother's best friend because it has “everything the baby needs for a good, safe sleep.”
Vadim rounds up goings-on in the blogosphere related to Tajikistan.