Governments in the region routinely censor online speech for short-term political goals. Could Uzbekistan reverse the trend?
Authorities seemed taken aback by unprecedented outcry from the usually quiescent public.
Thirty years on from the end of the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan, war veterans have to deal with contemporary conflicts in their search for friendship and recognition. From openDemocracy.
Disputes over water use in area bordering the Ferghana Valley underlie regular incidents around Tajik exclave.
Where do rights defenders from across the former Soviet Union go to recharge their batteries? For many, the answer is Tbilisi.
Rights groups say they have solid evidence Russian agents spirited Sharofiddin Gadoev onto a Dushanbe-bound plane.
The carrier is the second state-owned Central Asian airline facing a big financial hit this year.
The struggling national carrier could be taken over by a private airline rumored to be controlled by the president’s family.
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