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CABAR.asia 15.06.15
“There are representatives of the Islamic clergy who enjoy great authority among the religious section of the population in Tajikistan. The government should build cooperation with them and use their authority, rather than oppose to them. It is necessary to unite all the authoritative clerics, rather than separate them. Indeed, in the case of an escalation of tension, the probability of which is high in the Central Asian countries, such opposition could lead to disastrous consequences, because in Tajikistan, the word of one religious leader can determine the scenario of events development”, said Zoirshoi Davlat, an analyst (Dushanbe, Tajikistan), in an article written for cabar.asia. (more…)
 
 “The increasing recession in Tajik economy, the depreciation of the national currency and the threat of budget deficits require urgent and adequate measures by the government”, said Konstantin Bondarenko, an economist, head of the PA “Center for free market of Tajikistan”, in an article written for cabar.asia.


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“In exercising the soft power, of one of the most important target groups is the youth, whose passionarity can ensure success in a given task. At the same time, Russian agents of soft power are paying insufficient attention to the youth of Kyrgyzstan, focusing on the highest levels of government”, noted Zamira Muratalieva, PhD in Political Science and an expert of the Institute for Strategic Analysis and Prognosis, KRSU, in an article written exclusively for cabar.asia.


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“In exercising the soft power, of one of the most important target groups is the youth, whose passionarity can ensure success in a given task. At the same time, Russian agents of soft power are paying insufficient attention to the youth of Kyrgyzstan, focusing on the highest levels of government”, noted Zamira Muratalieva, PhD in Political Science and an expert of the Institute for Strategic Analysis and Prognosis, KRSU, in an article written exclusively for cabar.asia. (more…)
Petr Svoik 25.05.15

“Indeed, in the course of further political disengagement from the West and in the process of Eurasian integration, it is quite natural to expect the recovery of domestic investment and credit quality of the ruble and the tenge, and eventually of the common currency in the EEU”, said Petr Svoik, an economist, PhD (Almaty, Kazakhstan), in an article written for cabar.asia.


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Medet Tyulegenov 18.05.15
“During the period of the current parliament, political parties built into the state system did not evolve from the machines to attract votes during elections to the organizations that could successfully operate between elections, conduct a systematic and effective communication with the electorate. The credibility of the parties, according to the survey of the population in recent years, either increased or decreased, but, on average, less than half of the respondents trusted this political institution”, said Medet Tiulegenov, Head of “International and Comparative Politics» department at the AUCA, in an article written exclusively for cabar.asia.


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“It is obvious that in order to fight corruption, it is not necessary to change the Constitution; other measures are needed. In order to improve the work of the political parties, there is no need to change the constitution, it is necessary to change the parties themselves, or rather their qualitative component. We need to work on ideas, on the formation of the party elite. It is all much more complicated than just changing the Basic Law”, said Tamerlan Ibraimov, PhD in law, director of the Center for Political and Legal Studies, in an article written exclusively for cabar.asia.


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“To raise the authority of the government, Kyrgyzstan urgently needs managers who know how to set goals and achieve them, strictly protecting national interests and having expert way of thinking. Change of elites is not to be held according to the criteria of age, but according to the criteria of professional skills and merit. This is not about tens or hundreds, but about thousands of new leaders of Kyrgyzstan at all levels, who can in principle solve any problems in a new way. This will greatly enhance public confidence in the government”, said Zainidin Kurmanov, Professor, Doctor of Historical Sciences (Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek), in an article written exclusively for cabar.asia.


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“It is possible that the political elites in Tajikistan will give credit to the new integration project and accept it. But where is the guarantee that in some years, another politician would not come power in Russia, and Russian development will not follow the model of 1990s?”, said Rashid Abdullo, an independent expert (Tajikistan, Dushanbe), in an article written exclusively for the CABAR.


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“Historical contradictions caused by the “Big Turkestan” project, unrealized in the 1920s, lie at the heart of today’s strained relations between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan”, wrote Parviz Mullojanov, a political analyst (Tajikistan, Dushanbe), in his article, written exclusively for cabar.asia.


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