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CABAR.asia 26.01.15
“Right now, we are at the beginning. Like during the previous crisis, the situation of migrants from Tajikistan is getting noticeably worse, and apparently, it will deteriorate further,” said Saodat Olimova, deputy director of Research Center “Sharq” (Dushanbe, Tajikistan) in an article written specifically for CABAR.
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“One way or another, each of the CIS countries will have to develop its anti-crisis strategy in the near future, and it is better if this strategy is quite effective”, said Parviz Mullojanov, a political scientist (Dushanbe, Tajikistan), in an article written exclusively for CABAR.


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CABAR.asia 18.12.14
“There has been securitization of the migration issue, meaning that migration has been regarded as a security issue, and the definition of security has significantly widened due to non-military dimensions, including the notions of economic, food, environmental, epidemiological and other forms of security,” said Anar Musabaeva, an independent analyst in Bishkek, for the article written exclusively for the CABAR.
CABAR.asia 12.12.14
“There is no practice of effective cooperation between the institutions of civil society, which leads to their disunity and, as a result, reduces their efforts to defend their legitimate rights and interests,” said Svetlana Ushakova, Director of the Public Foundation “INMIR,” Almaty, in an article written exclusively for CABAR.
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CABAR.asia 11.12.14
“In fact, like migration, the civil sector in Kyrgyzstan has become one of the strongest industries of the national economy – the industry of production of “social products,” which are often much more relevant to the society and citizens than to the government,”, said Alexey Krasin, Director of Strategic Projects of the NGO “Local Self-overnment Development Agency- LGDA,” in an article written exclusively for CABAR.
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“The difference between the level of development and the perception of political pluralism in the countries of Central Asia contributes to a certain tension in their mutual relationships,” said Rashid Abdullo, an independent expert in Dushanbe, for an article written exclusively for the CABAR.


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“The difference between the level of development and the perception of political pluralism in the countries of Central Asia contributes to a certain tension in their mutual relationships,” said Rashid Abdullo, an independent expert in Dushanbe, for an article written exclusively for the CABAR.