Turkmenistan is becoming increasingly poor and isolated, says former Turkmen Foreign Minister Avdy Kuliev, and the blame can be laid squarely on the shoulders of President Saparmurad Niyazov. Lowell Bezanis and Elizabeth Fuller spoke with Kuliev about Turkmenistan’s economic and foreign-policy difficulties several times in Prague from August to October 1995 by Lowell Bezanis and […]

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