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(OSCE Other Field Activities)
Authorities in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan are each struggling to claim the moral high ground after a January 11 border clash left security forces wounded on both sides. … Some analysts fear the latest incident could spur the militarization of Kyrgyz-Tajik border areas.
Tajik and Kyrgyz border guards and police will now jointly patrol disputed segments of their mutual border. … (T)he agreement was reached at ongoing border talks in Dushanbe.
Tajikistan's presidential election may have taken place peacefully Wednesday, but international observers say the balloting lacked pluralism and genuine choice.
Afghan, Tajik Presidents discuss security (21.10.2013)
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has met in Dushanbe with his Tajik counterpart, Emomali Rahmon, to discuss joint efforts to bolster security as foreign forces in Afghanistan start to pull out next year.
Tajik president nominated for fourth term (04.10.2013)
Tajikistan's ruling party on Friday nominated long-time President Emomali Rahmon to run in the November 6 presidential election. Rahmon, 60, has ruled Tajikistan since 1992.
OSCE opens Tajikistan election-monitoring mission (02.10.2013)
The mission's chairwoman, Paraschiba Badescu, told journalists in the Tajik capital on October 2 that 13 international experts and 16 long-term observers from 22 countries will take part in the mission's work. Up to 150 short-term observers will arrive in Tajikistan for the day of the election.
Authorities in Tajikistan have worked overtime in recent years to discredit the country’s small political opposition, and keep public attention away from politics. But the opposition coalition’s unexpected nomination of prominent human rights advocate Oynihol Bobonazarova has, if nothing else,...