Ethnic Uzbeks in Osh fear losing their homes and land whether to vigilante posses or legal maneuvers. Second in a series.
As Osh residents continue to flee the city, women are often those who stay behind to safeguard family homes. First in a series.
Turkmenistan’s internal political stasis is strong enough to ensure that natural resource wealth is not used in the interests of society at large, a Russian pundit says. From Chronicles of Turkmenistan.
A ban on trading and drastically reduced immigration quotas put migrants in a tough spot. From EurasiaNet.
A recent uptick in violence in northern Afghanistan and the upcoming withdrawal of U.S. troops have Dushanbe looking nervously to the south.
Uzbekistan restates its opposition to Tajik hydro projects, while Dushanbe tries to counter Uzbek “propaganda.” From EurasiaNet.
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