15 March 1999 “A specter is haunting Central Asia–the specter of Wahhabism.” Just as European leaders once feared Karl Marx’s boast of the threat of communism, so Central Asia’s presidents are engaged in what some of them see as a life or death struggle to overcome the new bogeyman. They remember the Soviet army’s bitter […]

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