Tajikistan’s civil war has been blamed on Islamic radicalism and used to justify stern measures to stem the spread of Islam in Central Asia. But the government’s crackdown on the Muslim opposition has inflamed the regional rivalries at the heart of the country’s problems – rivalries that the Tajiks’ religious bonds could help them overcome […]

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