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No. 5 (25) March 2006
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Spread Asia
Dmitry Alyaev
Gas throwing
Beck, Hanover (Ashgabat)
Chronicle of two weeks
Who are we?
Ainur Baigozha (Almaty), Artem Fradchuk (Dushanbe)
Regime Poverty
Sid Yanyshev (Tashkent)
Kyrgyz views
Babur Abdullayev (OSH)
This bitter salt
Nigora Bucharizade (Dushanbe)
Irtysh Revival
Zamalieva Dilya
H2O can be different: clean and dirty
Svetlana Gafarova
Spread Asia
We began to look at each other too intently. No, we have seen the differences between us before. Only now we have ceased to be a hypocrite and call ourselves aloud "the Soviet people." There are also nuances that are inherent in the present time. Now there is no-no to each other’s self-awareness, and such feelings as envy, superiority, resentment and, oddly enough, patriotism are mixed in.
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Gas throwing
"Arctic Frosts" in Europe Turkmenbashi could rejoice like no other. The unprecedented failures of the Old World due to disagreements between Kiev and Moscow created a miracle: the West recalled less and less about human rights violations, spoke more and more about “interest” in diversifying its energy sources, including the Caspian region.
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Chronicle of two weeks
In Turkmenistan, the purges of top managers of the oil and gas industry are continuing. Two more high-ranking officials were removed from their posts last week and criminal proceedings were instituted against them. Thus, in fact, over the past 6 months, all the officials of this main industrial complex - from the vice-premier to the directors of oil refineries - were removed from their posts, arrested and convicted.
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Who are we?
Who is the "average Kazakhstani"? Of course, residents of other Central Asian countries roughly outlined the contours of a typical Kazakhstani. Often, these are stereotypes, and the true “portrait” of a citizen of a particular country is completely different.
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Regime Poverty
Residents of modern Uzbekistan are undoubtedly different from citizens of other Central Asian countries. This immediately catches the eye of any visitor, especially from Russia. Although, it is necessary to make a reservation: Russia is large, and residents of different regions may be different from each other. Therefore, we take note of the view of a resident of the Russian capital at a resident of the Uzbek capital.
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Kyrgyz views
Among the Kyrgyz there is a saying that "a close neighbor is better than a distant relative." But the neighbors, as well as their homeland or parents do not choose. It has already happened that the Kyrgyz neighbors are Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China. Kyrgyzstan, unfortunately, in the last period only loses from such a neighborhood. Figuratively speaking, Kyrgyzstan lives between three elephants, it is Kazakhstan from the north, China from the east, and Uzbekistan from the west. Tajikistan does not count, because Kyrgyzstan is somewhat similar to it.
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This bitter salt
Experts in Tajikistan are concerned about the high level of consumption of non-iodized salt by the population of the republic. Studies show that about half of the population in Dushanbe, the southern Khatlon region and areas of Central Tajikistan regularly use non-iodized salt for food. As doctors say, iodine deficiency diseases widespread in the country pose a direct threat to the intellectual potential of the nation, the birth of genetically healthy offspring.
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Irtysh Revival
October 13, 2004, a date at least significant. The “construction of the century” ended, which lasted a long 28 years - the Shulbinsky shipping lock on the Irtysh was commissioned. Indeed, Kazakhstan has high hopes for this hydraulic structure.
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H2O can be different: clean and dirty
According to the estimates of international organizations, today 4.4 billion people in the world suffer from a lack of clean drinking water. It would seem that having an enviable supply of fresh water, Kyrgyzstanis should rejoice in the quality and abundance of moisture. The real picture, however, suggests otherwise.
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