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19 September 2017
Wide Differences in Deployment of Human Capital Across Region Premium

While there are some stars, many countries are still unable to maximize the potential of their potentially rich human resources, to the detriment of their economies.

 
15 September 2017
Mirziyoyev Visit Opens Doors in Kyrgyzstan Premium

Central Asian neighbors take steps toward closer ties in a region crying out for cross-border ventures.

 
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14 September 2017
Lessons from Lenin Premium

Those advocating for removing historical statues in the U.S. would be well-served to examine the debates in the former Soviet Union about tearing down the figures of the past.

By David Mould
 
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14 September 2017
Successful Bond Sale Boosts Tajikistan’s Rogun Dam Premium

Investors unable to find the country on a map are keen to buy bonds with the promise of attractive yields.

 
30 August 2017
Banking on a World Free of Nuclear Conflict Premium

Uranium repository in Kazakhstan may never be used, which could be a very good thing.

 
30 August 2017
Caspian Sea Shrinking at Alarming Rate, Scientists Say Premium

Rising temperatures linked to climate change are most likely responsible for steadily falling water levels in the Caspian Sea, a new study contends.

 

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