4937>by Bruce Pannier As 1998 ushered itself in, Tajikistan had officially been at peace for six months after five years of civil war. There had been incidents which temporarily put peace at risk, but the Tajik government of mainly former Communists and the United Tajik Opposition (UTO) with Islamic groups at its core did not […]

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