Tajikistan’s post-Soviet experience has been fraught with intrigue, regional conflict, and ethnic bloodshed. President Rakhmonov is now attempting to reunite the country’s peoples after the 1992 civil war -but the task is proving difficult by SHARAM AKBARZADEH AFTER A GRUELING CIVIL war and much political infighting, Tajikistan’s President Imomali Rakhmonov has made ethnic harmony his […]

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