For a country that has struggled economically since gaining independence, the oil boom came as huge blessing. But that upturn belies instability and lawlessness at home and uncertainty on the international front by Evan Tracz Though 2001 saw continued growth in the Turkmen economy and an increase in gas and oil sales, this new “prosperity” […]

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