Stories about Tajikistan from May, 2007
At neweurasia, Vadim says that the next generation of professional journalists in Tajikistan will cut their teeth in the blogosphere.
Vadim reports that a new political party representing Tajik citizens who have emigrated to find work could become a serious political force.
Bonnie Boyd writes about Tajikistan's alarmingly high poverty rates and why it looks like things are only going to get worse for many in the near future.
Vadim rounds up the Tajik blogosphere at neweurasia.
Bonnie Boyd has an in-depth, two-part post on reducing income inequality in Central Asia: part one; part two.
Ben Paarmann shares his thoughts on the Central Asian blogosphere — where it is, where it came from, and where it is going.
Vadim says that Tajikistan's new ombudsman for human rights will not be independent, and is just a showpiece to impress the international community.
Sue Sypko shares thoughts on Central Asia blogs, bloggers, and their impact in the region.