Central Asia & Caucasus Data
Current platform capacity in Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Turkmenistan & Uzbekistan.
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- To Touch Putin's Door Handleon May 19, 2022
The Scandal-Rife Committee That Launched Putin’s Political Career
- Corned Beef And Cocaineon May 19, 2022
Putin’s Men, The Israeli Smugglers, And The Great St. Petersburg Drug Bust
- Marina Salyeon May 19, 2022
The St. Petersburg Lawmaker Who Became Putin’s First Accuser
- The Committee Menon May 19, 2022
When the Soviet Union collapsed three decades ago, an unremarkable 39-year-old retired KGB officer named Vladimir Putin found himself at the helm of a municipal committee in Leningrad, now known by its original name, St. Petersburg.
- US, Korean leaders brandish extended deterrenceon May 21, 2022
SEOUL – The leaders of South Korea and the United States agreed on a wide range of measures in their summit on Saturday, but their top action item was the reincarnation of an extended deterrence body, and on Sunday they visit a missile-tracking command post. Newly inaugurated South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol and US President The post US, Korean leaders brandish extended deterrence appeared first on Asia Times.
- Erdogan’s NATO expansion roadblock will only harm Turkeyon May 21, 2022
Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine has sufficiently alarmed Finland and Sweden for them to reverse decades-long policies and apply for immediate membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. But what appeared to be a no-brainer for the alliance has quickly hit a roadblock in the form of Turkey’s mercurial president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Citing political The post Erdogan’s NATO expansion roadblock will only harm Turkey appeared first on Asia Times.
- Biden bunko blows up with stock marketon May 20, 2022
US stock prices and President Biden’s approval rating continued to tank, as inflation swamped household income. Only 39% of Americans approve of Biden’s performance, and just 33% of Democrats think the country is heading in the right direction. That’s no surprise, given the nearly 40% collapse of retailers’ stock prices this year. The S&P 500 The post Biden bunko blows up with stock market appeared first on Asia Times.
- China’s aviation sector hopes to rebound in summeron May 20, 2022
China’s airlines hope to see an improvement in their businesses and reduce their losses this summer as the number of passengers has slightly rebounded since mid-May. As of February this year, the country’s airlines had suffered a combined net loss of more than 210 billion yuan (US$315 billion) since the outbreak of Covid-19 in early 2020, The post China’s aviation sector hopes to rebound in summer appeared first on Asia Times.
- Taliban leader says women should be provided with their rights based on Afghan culture, Islamic valueson May 22, 2022
Kabul [Afghanistan], May 23 (ANI): Taliban's senior leader Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai came out in support of women's education rights and said that it is the responsibility of the government to provide a safe education to them in the country. Addressing a gathering to mark the death anniversary of Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, a former Islamic Emirate leader, Stanikzai said that women should be provided with their ri
- Afghanistan: Taliban issues 15 Article Bill over return of political, military figureson May 22, 2022
Kabul [Afghanistan], May 22 (ANI): The Taliban Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures Commission has released a list of fifteen articles which includes provisions for "considering temporary accommodation" accompanied by "fulfilling the legitimate demands" of the political and military officials of Afghanistan, provided they want to return. The 15-article bill was shared by the Taliban
- Food crisis deepens in Afghanistan as a sack of flour now costs 2800-3,000 Afghanis in Kabulon May 22, 2022
Kabul [Afghanistan], May 22 (ANI): The Taliban takeover in Afghanistan has caused constant unrest and a severe food crunch in the country with the newest one emerging in the form of soaring food prices, especially the inflation of flour which presently costs about 2800 Afghanis. In a short span of fewer than three months, food prices have almost doubled, reported The Khaama Press. The price of a sack of flour ranges betwe
- The Hill: Cannes film revisits the Soviet Union's smouldering remainson May 22, 2022
The violent legacy of the break-up of the Soviet Union is dissected in "The Hill" by Lina Tsrimova and Denis Gheerbrant, an astonishing documentary shot entirely on a gargantuan rubbish heap in Kyrgyzstan and screened this week at the Cannes Film Festival's parallel section ACID.The first time Alexander killed in the battle for Grozny, Chechnya's capital, he cried for days on end. The second and third time, he g