Lack of progress toward demoralization and economic downturn were once again features of the gear in Turkmenistan. President Saparmurad Niyazov, the lone man at the helm for more than a decade, has given no indication of any significant changes in the course he’s charted by LOWELL BEZANIS FIVE YEARS AFTER THE COLLAPSE OF THE USSR, […]

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