Tajikistan: disintegration or reconciliation?
Royal Institute of International Affairs, 2001 - Business & Economics - 95 pages
The author analyzes the internal and external dynamics of the Tajik conflict, assessing the relative weight of the political, ideological, ethnic, and regional factors. He also considers the impact of developments in Tajikistan for the wider Central Asian region and the prospects for a lasting peace and economic recovery.A volume of the Central Asian and Caucasian Prospects Series
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