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For company
Dmitry Alyaev
Roman in the name of ...
Damir Vacancies (Moscow)
Brothers forever?
Adil Dzhalilov (Almaty)
Schoolchildren in torment
Aliya Ayazbayeva (Almaty)
Shvonder's list
Azat Kurbanov (Ashgabat)
SCO: Russia
Maxim Starchak (Nizhny Novgorod)
SCO: Kyrgyzstan
Rustam Karaev (Moscow)
SCO: Tajikistan
Rashid G. Abdullo (Dushanbe)
For company
The summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which was the subject of our journal today, surprised and even to some extent amused many. With a light hand, the SCO journalists who were present at it were even called almost a counterbalance to NATO.
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Roman in the name of ...
Kyrgyz-Chinese relations after the SCO summit unambiguously reached another level. Chinese level. The game goes by the rules of Beijing. It’s not even the numerous interstate agreements that the heads of two states managed to sign before the start of the SCO summit in Bishkek.
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Brothers forever?
"We are unanimous that the continuous strengthening of trust between China and Kazakhstan in the political sphere, the development of good-neighborly relations, friendship and cooperation on a solid long-term basis is in the common interest of the peoples of our two countries, and also benefits the security measures in the region."
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Schoolchildren in torment
My friend and I are making our favorite morning run. My friend is a smart girl, burdened by a whole host of moral principles. Former marketer. Once he realized that he was engaged in "the science of how to deceive people so that they bought goods," turned into a school teacher. Now teaches math.
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Shvonder's list
A complete surprise to many in Turkmenistan and beyond was a message about the pardon of 11 people from among those who were convicted in the so-called “attempted assassination” case against President Saparmurad Niyazov in November 2002.
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SCO: Russia
The next SCO summit has passed. Western commentators were quick to once again declare the anti-Western movement of the Shanghai organization, its anti-Americanism. Compared to the 2006 summit, even considering that this time the Americans were not asked to decide on the timing of the withdrawal of their military from Central Asia, this summit was not much different from the previous one.
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SCO: Kyrgyzstan
The SCO Summit is over. Curtain down. You can sum up. The first feeling that the summit was a kind of demonstration of the military power of the SCO member countries. How else can we explain the joint peace exercises “Peace Mission 2007” in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia? Is it a coincidence?
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SCO: Tajikistan
The next one, this time the Bishkek summit of the SCO, as always caused a lot of questions. And as always, the question of what this organization is interesting for its members is one of the main ones. At the heart of this question lies bewilderment about what unites such dissimilar states as Russia and its Central Asian allies, on the one hand, China, on the other, and the observers - India Pakistan, Mongolia, on the third.
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