In the wake of the cease-fire between Tajikistan’s primary adversaries – the government and the United Tajik Opposition – new opposition factions that claim more public support than either of those two groups have emerged. As those newer factions clamor for attention, they could spark more fightin by BRUCE PANNIER HE TWO PRINCIPAL AD-versaries in […]

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