Central Asia

3 November 2017
Turkmen Gas Industry Reaches Out to Russia Premium

A series of disputes with its neighbors has left Turkmenistan reliant on China to purchase its gas.

 
2 November 2017
Is Interpol Becoming a Tool for Tyrants? Premium

Greece’s detention of a Tajik oppositionist has again raised questions about the abuse of the international criminal notice system.

 
2 November 2017
Central Asia and the Bolshevik Revolution Centennial
Although it happened thousands of miles away, and did not reflect any of the local political currents at work in 1917, the October Revolution had a profound impact on Central Asia. From EurasiaNet.org.
By Alexander Morrison
 
1 November 2017
Environmental Costs Mar Mongolia’s Rapid Modernization Premium
The cold season is upon Ulaanbaatar and fears of a sky polluted by ash and dust surface again.
 
31 October 2017
Kyrgyz Culture Minister Victim of Mummy’s Curse Premium

Self-professed psychics claimed the spirit world demanded the return of the centuries-old woman’s preserved remains.

 
24 October 2017
Kyrgyzstan Won’t Let Astana Off the Hook Premium

Government adds an unmet aid pledge to its list of grievances with Kazakhstan, although some progress made on border dispute.

 

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