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Turkmenistan after Niyazov, Asia Briefing N°60, 12 Feb 2007

The death of President Saparmurat Niyazov of Turkmenistan from heart failure was announced on 21 December 2006.

Repression and Regression in Turkmenistan: A New International Strategy, Asia Report N°85, 4 Nov 2004

Sapamurad Niyazov's Turkmenistan, one of the world's most repressive regimes, has not responded to quiet diplomacy, modifying a few policies only when faced with a threat of sanctions or other punitive action.


Cracks in the Marble: Turkmenistan's Failing Dictatorship, Asia Report N°44, 17 Jan 2003

More than a decade after their independence, each of the Central Asian states is on its own particular path of political and economic development. While most have achieved at least partial integration within the international community, one stands out as an exception: the remote former Soviet republic of Turkmenistan, on the eastern shores of the Caspian Sea.



What the EU Should Expect from Turkmenistan

Ivo Schutte
EU Observer, 6 Nov 2007

L'Union européenne et le « prophète » turkmène

Acacia Shields, 4 Jun 2006

'Туркменское безумие' Европарламента

Acacia Shields
Vremya Novostei, 11 Apr 2006

EU and the Turkmen 'Prophet'

Tanya Cox
European Voice, 6 Apr 2006
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