Turkmenistan

1 August 2017
Turkmen Sweat for the Motherland

One of the world’s most isolated countries may also be one of the healthiest.

 
26 July 2017
The Curious Case of Saparmurat Niyazov
The golden statue of late President Saparmurat Niyazov has disappeared from the center of Ashgabat. From EurasiaNet.org.
 
8 June 2017
Turkmen Ruler Orders End to Energy Subsidies Premium

Citizens will no longer receive the free electricity, gas, and water they have taken for granted for a quarter-century.

 
5 May 2017
Turkmenistan Welcomes Golfing Legend Nicklaus Premium

The eighteen-time major winner is working with eccentric leader Berdymukhamedov on designs for several golf courses.

 
30 March 2017
Turkmenistan Desperate to Solve Economic Quandary Premium

President tries out ideas like begging for Qatari aid and dispensing with cash.

 
7 March 2017
China Signals Shrinking Demand for Central Asian Gas Premium

Slowdown on Uzbek stretch of new pipeline is a painful setback for Turkmenistan.

 
13 February 2017
Turkmen Leader Wins New Term in Expected Landslide Premium

Despite political stability, the isolated, gas-rich country is feeling the impact of low energy prices.

 
3 January 2017
Iran Loses Access to Turkmen Gas Premium

Shutoff could prove more costly for Ashgabat than Tehran.

 
6 December 2016
Turkmen Journalist Arrested for Tobacco Possession Premium

Critics believe arrests and threats against reporters are part of a larger, ongoing campaign to silence voices of dissent. 

 
18 November 2016
Turkmen Leader Orders More Food on the Table Premium

Reports from the isolated country increasingly speak of shortages and queues; regime may seek renewed ties with Moscow.

 

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