While many people could, post-11 September, find the country on a map, it will be a long time before the international attention translates into prosperity for Tajikistan by Rafis Abazov In 2001, Tajikistan–like all the former Soviet republics–celebrated the 10th anniversary of its independence. And as in the other Central Asian countries, the government marked […]

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