4938>by Bruce Pannier For the Central Asian nation of Tajikistan, 1997 was the best year in its short history as an independent country. Barely six months after Tajikistan obtained independence in 1991 the country crept and then plunged into civil war. Though the first year was the worst, the continued guerrilla campaign waged by the […]

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