15 July 1997 FIVE YEARS AFTER THE COLLAPSE OF THE USSR, stability and continuity with the recent past remain the hallmarks of independent Turkmenistan. No visible change can be observed in the country’s quiet – if impoverished – domestic life, or in the modest international profile it has adopted. The source of that continuity can […]

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