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Dmitry Alyaev,
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Nargis Zokirova,
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Elena Dorokhova,
№ 14 (58) July 2007
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Fears of the Internet
Oleg Panfilov
Water investments
Konstantin Parshin (Dushanbe)
Legalized extreme
Nargis Zokirova (Dushanbe)
Above the server in a lie?
Valentina Kasmaliyeva (Dushanbe)
There is no trust in Bishkek
Kaysarov (feathers)
Turkish gambit
Volcano (left)
Turkmen "changes"
Guvanch Akhmetov (Ashgabat)
Legally, lethal rights
Ekaterina Novikova (Almaty)
Fears of the Internet
At the end of June, the Republican Press Center, which was just created in Dushanbe, conducted a training on the topic “Internet Journalism: Opportunities and Prospects for Young Journalists”. The Republican Press Center is a joint brainchild of the Information Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan with the assistance of the United Nations Development Program and the Swedish Development Agency (SIDA).
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Water investments
Rivers, lakes and glaciers of Tajikistan form more than half of the total volume of hydro resources in Central Asia. Experts say that Tajikistan currently uses only 5% of its hydropower potential. The country's leadership believes that it is the hydro resources that will help bring the economy out of the crisis.
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Legalized extreme
Limited access to official information is still one of the main problems for Tajik journalists. Journalists continue to experience difficulties in obtaining official information. A number of legislative acts of Tajikistan, and in particular, the Laws "On Television and Radio Broadcasting" and "On the Press and Other Mass Media" impose on state, political, public organizations and officials the obligation to provide the media with the necessary information or other legally protected secret.
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Above the server in a lie?
MP Shodi Shabdolov believes that there is no censorship in Tajikistan, but what is written on the Internet is outrageous - this is obvious slander and insults, swearing and false information. There were other opinions: the deputies Mukhiddin Kabiri and Yusufjon Akhmedov objected, arguing that the proposed amendments would not act, since it was impossible to control the Internet.
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There is no trust in Bishkek
The topic of Kazakhstani investments in the Kyrgyz market does not cease to be relevant. Well, interestingly, the Kazakh businessmen themselves, who have already settled in or are still looking to Kyrgyzstan, think about this. We conducted a survey and, having agreed on the anonymity of the interviewees, made up the following extract from the points of view we heard.
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Turkish gambit
In the educational system of Kyrgyzstan today, there are practically two views and directions to the question of which model of secondary education is necessary and effective for the younger generation of the country. The so-called “Turkish” model and the local one compete, which represents a rather strange symbiosis of the formation of the old Soviet and the new national.
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Turkmen "changes"
News coming from Turkmenistan to any inexperienced observer can be tuned to a benevolent mood. Like, look at what changes are taking place in a country that until recently was considered one of the most closed and repressive countries in the world!
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Legally, lethal rights
Discussions about euthanasia "flare up" with concrete examples, when the whole society argues that it is kinder to give a chance to the hopeless or to save him from suffering. But the main problem of the legalization of euthanasia is the contradiction between the prohibition of it and its existence. As with drugs, prostitution, homosexuality, etc. Prohibiting does not mean solving the problem.
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