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Originally published by EurasiaNet.org. EurasiaNet provides information and analysis about political, economic, environmental, and social developments in the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus as well as in Russia, the Middle East and Southwest Asia. Copyright (c) 2003 Open Society Institute. Reprinted with the permission of the Open Society Institute, 400 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019 USA, www.EurasiaNet.org or www.soros.org


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Central Asia. Map by Cacahuate, Wikipedia Commons.

Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline Expansion Delayed Again

04 Mar 2017 in 1 , Business

The ill-fated fourth strand of the Central Asia-China gas pipeline has again been put on hold amid apparent sagging demand for the fuel from Beijing, Russian media outlets have reported. A Tashkent-datelined RIA-Novosti news agency…


Location of Kazakhstan. Source: CIA World Factbook.

Kazakhstan: Memories Of Chechen Exodus Don’t Fade

27 Feb 2017 in 1 , World News

By Joanna Lillis* Polina Ibrayeva is now a frail old lady with sparkling brown eyes. Seventy-three years ago, she was a three-month-old infant suddenly uprooted from the Chechen mountain village where she was born and…


Georgia's Giorgi Kvirikashvili. Photo by Kasya Shahovskaya, Wikipedia Commons.

Georgia: PM Stokes Debate About Discrimination And Sex Industry

20 Feb 2017 in 1 , Social Issues , World News

By Giorgi Lomsadze* In the heart of Tbilisi, not far from luxury hotels and high-end shops, lie dingy, Soviet-era catacombs that serve as everything from a public urinal and dumpster to the capital’s alleged epicenter…


Location of Kazakhstan. Source: CIA World Factbook.

Kazakhstan: Labor Crackdown And Possible Unintended Consequences – OpEd

07 Feb 2017 in 1 , Opinion , Social Issues

By Hugh Williamson* Things are getting serious again in western Kazakhstan. This oil-rich region on the Caspian Sea was the scene over several months in 2011 of prolonged labor unrest, culminating in clashes that December…


The SIMBAD-RC naval surface-to-air missile, apparently recently acquired by Turkmenistan. (photo: MBDA)

Turkmenistan: Navy Shows Off New French Missiles

01 Feb 2017 in 1 , World News

By Joshua Kucera Turkmenistan has equipped its naval vessels with new anti-aircraft weapons, suggesting that Ashgabat may see a potential airborne threat to its coast or to its offshore oil and gas infrastructure. According to…


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