Weekend firefights around the capital of Tajikistan kill at least 35 people
Officials said former Deputy Defense Minister Abdukhalim Nazarzoda was leading a “terrorist group.”
Are Economics Again At The Root Of Tajikistan’s Current Armed Conflict?
Violence on Kyrgyz-Tajik border highlights ethnic enmity in Central Asia
Russia Promises Tajikistan “Armageddon,” Polite People
Russia will build a new military training facility in southern Tajikistan to help the two countries carry out drills together, a Russian military official has said.
Tension Growing in Kazakhstan as Oil Prices Batter Economy
- Low oil prices coupled with a dollar peg that kept production costs for oil producers high mean that layoffs are now inevitable
- Workers are angry while the government is moving to restrict protest and trade unions