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Global investors are “desperate for signs” that Chinese President Xi Jinping and France’s President Emmanuel Macron can improve relations and avoid a hemispheric geopolitical clash as Macron starts a three-day visit to Beijing and Guangzhou.
The canal across northern Afghanistan will divert water from the dying Amu Darya river.
As death toll from the major Turkey-Syria quakes passes 50,000, Tajiks relieved that 6.8-magnitude tremor has hit remote area.
Each time he appears to near the prize, difficulties caused by external events seem to snatch it away.
Beg Sabur has been dispatched to the Pamirs to start work on overhauling the nation's internet.
As the government tries to pacify the region with investment, winners and losers are coming into focus.
Scores of influential Pamiri figures jailed or killed amid so-called anti-terrorism operation that has used drones and snipers.
Few defendants appear able to get legal representation.
Sniper used to kill Colonel Boqir, local leader long at top of hitlist. After brutal crackdown, GBAO region’s inhabitants fear they will be living under a securitised surveillance state.
What is Tajikistan prepared to give China as it struggles to settle its liabilities?
The terror group behind growing carnage in the wretched country says anyone working with the Taliban is a target.
Dushanbe wants obedience but treats the region as something to be exploited and ignored.
Restive region has seen series of protests since death in custody of activist arrested as kidnapping suspect. No evidence of terrorists in midst of protesters has been presented by authorities.
Uzbekistan is already the site of the world’s worst man-made catastrophe, and things will only get worse as temperatures rise. bne IntelliNews looks at Tashkent's efforts to adapt to climate change.
Now Central Asia has opened up, its major resources mean the rest of the world is paying more attention.
Emomali Rahmon has ‘won’ yet another term. What else hasn’t changed? Central Asia’s poorest nation is still pouring money into building the giant Rogun dam. Energy export is one way to ease fiscal woes. But a latest worry is failing rains.
Nevertheless, one analyst holds that the Kremlin “sees growing discontent” with dictator of three decades Emomali Rahmon and “probably understands that very soon he will be unable to prevent a social explosion”.
Significant rainfall reduction in Tajikistan’s Pamir mountains hit country’s hopes for electricity export to Pakistan, perhaps undercutting potential of “TAJIKI bond” financed Roghun hydropower dam project.
Deal sealed while games industry riding high on locked-down consumers staying at home with few live-entertainment options amid pandemic.