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Top Opposition Leaders Given Life Sentences in Tajikistan
June 02, 2016

Top Opposition Leaders Given Life Sentences in Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
A dozen other IRPT leaders were given between two and 28 years.
Trial of IRPT Members Begins in Tajikistan
February 10, 2016

Trial of IRPT Members Begins in Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
In less than a year the IRPT has gone from sitting in Parliament to a closed-door trial.

Cultural Rifts and Horse Penis Jokes
January 09, 2016

Cultural Rifts and Horse Penis Jokes

By Catherine Putz
Also, Tajikistan in the Saudi Arabia-Iran split and the Silk Road’s revival; weekend reads.

Tajikistan’s Islamic Disunity on Display at Islamic Unity Conference
December 31, 2015

Tajikistan’s Islamic Disunity on Display at Islamic Unity Conference

By Catherine Putz
Bet the between-session chatter was awkward.

Nuance Needed: Is Tajikistan Unstable?
December 17, 2015

Nuance Needed: Is Tajikistan Unstable?

By Catherine Putz
Are crackdowns the thrashings of a weak state or the calculated moves of a regime carefully consolidating its power?
Tajikistan's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year
December 16, 2015

Tajikistan's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

By Catherine Putz
Human rights advocates and opposition figures tell a dark story of descent into crisis.

Tajikistan Pins Recent Violence on Islamic Party
September 18, 2015

Tajikistan Pins Recent Violence on Islamic Party

By Catherine Putz
If Dushanbe is to be believed, all of its opponents and critics colluded to topple the state.
Jailed Tajik Opposition Politician Given Additional Time
August 12, 2015

Jailed Tajik Opposition Politician Given Additional Time

By Catherine Putz
A court in Tajikistan added three years to Zaid Saidov's existing 26-year sentence.

Death of the Tajik Opposition
July 23, 2015

Death of the Tajik Opposition

By Catherine Putz
Amnesty just isn’t what it used to be.

How Fragile Is the Peace in Tajikistan?
June 23, 2015

How Fragile Is the Peace in Tajikistan?

By Catherine Putz
As the IRPT's leader contemplates returning, the country's peace has never seemed so tenuous.

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