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Turkmenistan’s decision to start work on the TAPI is a product of its failure to diversify its natural gas exports.
Changing the constitution will preserve the oligarchic political system in Armenia.
The operation demonstrates the government’s determination to suppress all manifestations of opposition, and is in line with its increasingly tough authoritarian trend.
Azerbaijan’s Ministry of National Security underwent a reshuffle between 17 and 24 October.
In the last days of October, government inspired and undertook a series of actions directed against Georgia’s largest opposition party.
The successes of the Taliban and its allied forces in northern Afghanistan have caused nervous reactions in the Central Asian countries.
The depreciation of the tenge – even though basically it will have positive effects – will not resolve the huge socio-economic problems.
Bishkek is hoping that its accession to the EEU will make life easier for Kyrgyz migrant workers in Russia and Kazakhstan.
Social protests in Yerevan which, despite the intentions of the demonstrators themselves, have become known as the ‘Armenian Maidan’.
On 5 June, the office of the OSCE’s Project Co-ordinator in Baku received a note from Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry, in which the Azerbaijani side demanded – without giving reasons – that it should suspend its activities before the end…