A proliferation of security agencies responsible mainly to countries’ presidents, combined with pockets of civil strife and general lawlessness, have made policing the region a difficult business by ROGER D. KANGAS, LOWELL BEZANIS, BHAVNA DAVE, ELIZABETH FULLER, and BRUCE PANNIER FIGHTING CRIME IN THE TRANSCAUCASUS and Central Asia is frequently undertaken by security branches other […]

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