A new study of Tajikistan’s peace process shows how participation of Islamic forces in the government is crucial for long-lasting stability by Vicken Cheterian Politics of Compromise: The Tajikistan Peace Process. Accord, Issue 10 edited by Kamoludin Abdullaev and Catherine Barnes; London: Conciliation Resources, 2001; 100 pp. In the week following the suicide attacks in […]

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