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Turkmen Mejlis Orders Snap Presidential Election for March 12

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Turkmen Mejlis Orders Snap Presidential Election for March 12

Author: Caspian Policy Center

Date: Feb 15, 2022

Turkmenistan's lower chamber of parliament, the Mejlis, has ordered a snap presidential election two years early.[1] Set for Saturday, March 12, the e...


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KAZAKHSTAN IN CRISIS

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KAZAKHSTAN IN CRISIS

Kazakhstan, long considered to be the most stable country in Central Asia, is in crisis. It’s never prudent to predict an outcome when events are sti...


Image source: A man sells vodka at a shop in Jeti-Oguz, Kyrgyzstan, in 2009. (David Trilling)
Memoir | In vodka veritas: Diplomacy in Central Asia

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Memoir | In vodka veritas: Diplomacy in Central Asia

Much diplomatic work gets done – and information gathered – in social settings, especially when some alcohol is involved...


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Memoir: 9/11 Shifted the World In Central Asia, Diplomatic Frenzy Ensued

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Memoir: 9/11 Shifted the World In Central Asia, Diplomatic Frenzy Ensued

This story was originally published on September 10, 2021 by Eurasianet. Before instantaneous breaking news on the internet, each office...








Kazakhstan- A Moving Experience

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Kazakhstan- A Moving Experience

Author: Ambassador (Ret.) John Ordway

Date: May 11, 2021



Public Opposition Slows Work to Tap Georgia’s Hydropower Potential

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Public Opposition Slows Work to Tap Georgia’s Hydropower Potential

Author: Dante Schulz

Date: May 5, 2021







Media Highlights of the Week

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Media Highlights of the Week

Author: Caspian Policy Center

Date: Oct 27, 2020