Central Asia

Ferghana valley exclaves
26 April 2011
Clashes on Volatile Kyrgyz-Tajik Border Growing Vicious

Progress on border delimitation has been slow, reflecting an insufficient sense of urgency in the distant capitals. From EurasiaNet.

By Alisher Khamidov
22 April 2011
Inside the Dome Premium

TOL Talk: An author offers a rare look at daily life inside the huge question mark known as Turkmenistan.

20 April 2011
Divorce Loophole Leaves Tajik Women in the Lurch

In Tajikistan, where conservative social attitudes remain deeply entrenched, divorce remains a risky option for women. From EurasiaNet.

By EurasiaNet
8 April 2011
Conversations in the Shadows Premium

A forthcoming book aims to trace the history, and prime the pump, of online citizen journalism in Central Asia.

7 April 2011
Independent, With an Asterisk

Where most election monitors in Kazakhstan saw red flags, members of a smaller group saw “a success story.”

By David Mould



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