Tagged: Tajikistan

Tajikistan, situated in Central Asia, is a landlocked country with a population of around 9 million. Dushanbe, the capital and largest city, serves as the political and cultural center. Tajikistan gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, and its political landscape is dominated by the People’s Democratic Party of Tajikistan (PDPT), led by President Emomali Rahmon, who has been in power since 1992. While other political parties exist, the political environment is marked by limited pluralism, with the PDPT maintaining a strong grip on power. The country has faced challenges such as political unrest, civil war (1992-1997), and economic struggles. The economy relies heavily on remittances from migrant workers, aluminum exports, and agriculture. Tajikistan’s cultural identity is influenced by Persian and Central Asian traditions, with a majority of the population practicing Islam. The nation is known for its natural beauty, including the Pamir Mountains and the Silk Road heritage sites. As Tajikistan navigates its post-Soviet development, issues like poverty, limited political freedoms, and dependence on external aid pose challenges, while the government focuses on stability and economic growth. Tajikistan’s strategic location in Central Asia makes it a key player in regional geopolitics, particularly in the context of neighboring Afghanistan and regional security dynamics. International cooperation and support are crucial as Tajikistan seeks to balance its economic and political priorities, fostering development and stability for its citizens. HOMEAGERLY: Features democracy and rights of Tajikistan.

Tajikistan Population 2014

Tajikistan 2014

Yearbook 2014 Tajikistan. The repression of freedom of opinion and opinion continued. According to Countryaah.com, Tajikistan population in 2020 is estimated at 9,537,656. The National Security Committee increased control over content in media and...