Tajikistan's opposition wrangles with Islam, guns, and diplomacyi by Shahram Akbarzadeh A constitutional referendum this September, presidential elections this November, and parliamentary elections before February 2000 carry hopes for a move away from the recent bloody chapter of Tajikistan's history. illustration: Nenad Vitas center>But two years after the signing of a peace treaty that ended […]

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