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Oleg Panfilov,
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Dmitry Alyaev,
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Roman Zyuzin,
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Adil Dzhalilov,
Kazakhstan,
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a diamond stylus,
Kyrgyzstan,
citizen2005[at]yandex.ru

Nargis Zokirova,
Tajikistan
zokirova77 [at] mail.ru

Representative Names
in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan
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Lyudmila Burenkova,
technical editor,
lyuda [at] cjes.ru

Elena Dorokhova,
design,
inwork[at]frw.ru
No. 6 (26) March 2006
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CONTENTS OF THE NUMBER
"Shut up!"
Oleg Panfilov
Get another shot?
Maxim Starchak (Nizhny Novgorod)
Chronicle of two weeks
Ordered to finish
Aziza Rasulova (Tashkent)
"Controversial March"
Igor Shestakov (Bishkek)
Back to the roots
Stanislav Pritchin (Moscow)
Afghan dream of Turkmenbashi
Ummu Armand (Kabul)
Water discord
Farrukh Akhmedov (Khudzhand)
"Shut up!"
Among some 18-month-old children, such a game is common: they close their own eyes with their palms, and when they remain in complete darkness, they shout: “But you don’t see me!” They think that the tighter they press their palms, the stronger the effect of their invisibility.
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Get another shot?
When Russian President Vladimir Putin, after the events of September 11, 2001, was the first to offer condolences to the American president and the entire American nation, Russia began to be considered a strategic ally of the United States. After the May events in Andijan, it became clear that the alliance did not receive a real basis. First, Uzbek President Karimov asks for an American military base from Khanabad.
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Chronicle of two weeks
The Kulyab City Court of Tajikistan sentenced to various terms of imprisonment from 1 to 25 years 17 citizens of the Islamic State of Afghanistan (IGA) and 2 citizens of the Republic of Tajikistan who were members of an organized criminal group. According to Jamolhon Saidov, deputy chairman of the Khatlon regional court for the Kulyab group of districts, this criminal group was accused of several murders, taking citizens of Tajikistan hostage, smuggling and illegal possession of weapons and drugs.
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Ordered to finish
In the first half of March, a trial began against eight young men from the city of Yangiyul, accused of participating in the illegal extremist movement of Wahhabism. The prosecutor's office presented evidence of their guilt, namely, their own confessions, given during the preliminary investigation, and several religious leaflets found in the house of one of the defendants.
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"Controversial March"
On the eve of the first anniversary of the March revolution in Kyrgyzstan, heated discussions and disputes are raging about what happened last year in spring in the republic. Perhaps this was a people's revolution or a forceful seizure of power by the opposition and regional clans that joined it, or perhaps a coup d'état took place. Each of these political versions has quite a few convinced supporters and opponents. For example, the Bishkek political scientist Alexander Knyazev gives a rather tough assessment of what happened.
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Back to the roots
March 24 marks exactly one year since the so-called “Tulip Revolution” took place in Kyrgyzstan. Then Askar Akayev was overthrown from the post of the president of the republic. The main cause of popular unrest was the falsification of the results of parliamentary elections. As a result, many prominent oppositionists, including former Prime Minister Kurmanbek Bakiyev, former Foreign Minister Roza Otumbaeva, and former deputy Azimbek Beknazarov, did not become deputies. They became the head of the political coalition "Kyrgyzstan", which carried out a revolution. Since then, the republic has faced many difficulties and problems.
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Afghan dream of Turkmenbashi
Moss-covered trans-Afghan gas pipeline, which transports Turkmen gas through Afghanistan to Pakistan and India, is the dream of Turkmenbashi. However, this dream again remains a dream ...
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Water discord
In the Central Asian region with the formation of new independent states, there was a division of a single water system of transboundary rivers into national sectors. Because of this, the problem of using water and energy resources, for all its relevance, acquires a new context.
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