30 June 2003 Last weekend’s referendum in Tajikistan could be a sign that the country’s leader is taking a turn toward autocracy, but the international community doesn’t seem too concerned. The question on the ballot could not have been more plain: “Are you in favor of the amendments to the constitution of Tajikistan?” With that, […]

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