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Stuffy in your arms
Dmitry Alyaev
Profession - "Tajik"
Artiem Fradchuk (Dushanbe)
At the beginning there was a word ... Then a dubious affair
Adil Jalilov, Aziz Rasulov
The Wizard of Oz
Karina Nusupbaeva (Almaty)
Will the "paradise" come from Moscow?
Vladislav Nasriev (Tashkent)
Terrible Tehran
Rasul Beckham (Ashgabat)
People without rights
Svetlana Gafarova (OSH)
Asian twin?
Stanislav Pritchin (Moscow)
Stuffy in your arms
Islam Karimov promised his “sworn friend” Vladimir Putin that he would sell him “on the cheap” the most “tasty”, in his own words, economic sectors of the Uzbek economy. Putin took it with the compassion of the master, who takes tribute from the serf. In any case, this is how it was presented by the Russian press. Karimov pretended not to notice anything like that. Well, as they say, "he called himself a cargo, get into the body."
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Profession - "Tajik"
The minimum wage in Tajikistan, which is only 12 somoni ($ 4), is the lowest among all the CIS countries, which is constantly explained by the consequences of a long civil war and the subsequent economic disruption. 64% of the population live below the poverty line, that is, they have a living wage below one dollar a day. Only the earnings of labor migrants, of whom there are about 1 million people, save the country from social tension. According to the State Statistics Committee, the economically active population of the republic is 1 million 900 thousand people; This means that every second able-bodied citizen is a guest worker.
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At the beginning there was a word ... Then a dubious affair
Not so long ago, at one of the many multi-negotiated round tables in Bishkek devoted to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), much attention was paid to “regional cooperation”. As usual - solidly, in ties, with an abundance of formalisms such as "a new stage in the development of relations between states." The public fought the blunders, patiently waiting for their turn on the program.
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The Wizard of Oz
One of the most famous children's books in Soviet times is the creative translation of the famous “Wizard of Oz” written by Alexander Volkov, a resident of the Kazakh city of Ust-Kamenogorsk. The house of a practically cult writer is now planned to be demolished. Because building trade and business centers, markets are more profitable than tolerating a house-museum.
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Will the "paradise" come from Moscow?
Uzbekistan, having huge natural and human resources, is one of the poorest countries of the former Soviet Union. President Islam Karimov, who promised “paradise on earth” to his people, during his fifteen years of rule led the country to economic and political collapse.
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Terrible Tehran
The threat of a repetition of the Iraqi scenario in the Caspian region is worrying not only Iran, persistently, despite UN appeals for defending its nuclear ambitions, but also its nearby neighbors. Turkmenistan, shrouded in "positive neutrality", among them. If only because a significant number of Turkmen tribes in the diaspora lives on the other side of the border and its sudden migration can lead to unpredictable consequences, up to the change of the existing regime in Ashgabat.
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People without rights
There were poor parents, they had a son Liu and a daughter Li. Once the conqueror came to the country, the parents fled and lost children in the confusion. Orphaned Liu and Li went to look for them - each chose his own way. A few years later they met and, not recognizing each other, got married. When the truth opened, the mullah cursed the couple, and since then this curse has haunted her descendants, who are called Lyuli.
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Asian twin?
The collapse of the USSR became the starting point for the emergence of 15 new states on the political map of the world. Freed from the care of Moscow, the republics were faced with a choice of economic and political system. The Baltic countries coped with this task most successfully; they quite quickly realized the path of integration with Western countries. The rest continue to search for the optimal form of the state model that would meet the mental and cultural requirements of the young states.
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