2 July 2001 DUSHANBE, 1 July (Integrated Regional Information Network [IRIN] via TCA)–International and local analysts remain guarded on the ability of Tajikistan to weather its long transition to stability. They argue that the recent spate of hostage-taking and security incidents, fueled by political and economic discontent, are timely reminders that Tajikistan has a long […]

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