On every political, economical and international front, it was a difficult year for Tajikistan. The country faced its first post-war electoral test of democracy, while Islamic militants threatened to destabilize both foreign policy and domestic politics. Simultaneously, economic recovery was threatened by Russia’s financial meltdown. Deeply flawed presidential elections highlighted the warring nature of Tajik […]

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