Central Asia

23 November 2017
Coke Eyes Turkmenistan Exit Premium

Turkmenistan’s Coca-Cola bottler has ceased production, becoming another victim of the country’s worsening economy.

20 November 2017
Changed Status of Central Asian Big Cat Might Have Been Premature Premium

Although no longer endangered, snow leopards remain on the list of threatened species.

15 November 2017
Internet Freedom Declines for Seventh Consecutive Year Premium

Freedom House’s latest report finds that disinformation tactics and governmental manipulation are among the main factors responsible for this trend. 

15 November 2017
Tajikistani Opposition Figure Attacked by Mob
One of the few opposition figures still remaining in Tajikistan was assaulted last week in an incident he is describing as politically motivated. From EurasiaNet.org.
9 November 2017
Four Plead Guilty in Kazakh Pipeline Bribery Scheme Premium

Rolls-Royce has already paid $800 million to settle allegations of corruption in several countries.

8 November 2017
Unforeseen Consequences
Has Uzbekistan’s repressive government helped radicalise its emigrants and exiles? From The Conversation.
By John Heathershaw


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