by Daler Nurkhanov DUSHANBE, 20 September (EurasiaNet)–US moves to retaliate for the September 11 terrorist attacks places Tajikistan, one of Afghanistan’s northern neighbors, in a tough position. Tajik leaders are struggling to maintain stability in a country still recovering from the effects of civil war. They are anxious to crush the regional threat posed by […]

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