11 July 2002 ASHGABAT, 8 July (EurasiaNet)–Exiles and dissidents, terming their native Turkmenistan “one of the most repressive countries in the world,” laid out steps for “overthrowing” its chief after gathering with advocates in Vienna in June. These steps, though, presume support from multinational institutions. After a meeting co-sponsored by the International Helsinki Federation and […]

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