15 April 1998 TAJIKISTAN’S FRAGILE PEACE process could be back on track. After months of uncertainty, last year’s peace deal-which allocated government posts to both the neo-communist government and the Islamist-dominated opposition-is beginning to be implemented. On 10 March, Khoja Akbar Turajonzoda, the deputy leader of the United Tajik Opposition, took up his post as […]

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