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With the majority of foreign combat troops leaving next year, India is expected to play an expanded role in Afghanistan. New Delhi is a willing partner, having forged strong security and economic ties with Kabul. Any expanded Indian role, however would set off alarm bells in neighboring Pakistan. More
The demonstrations against Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych have given a major boost to a scrappy little online public TV station that didn't even exist a month ago. More
Vladimir Putin’s annual state of the union address – held each year on Russia’s Constitution Day, December 12 -- has never been known for its entertainment value. But a growing cadre of observers on Twitter has given Russia-watchers a new, bite-sized way to digest the annual event. RFE/RL looks at some of this year's best tweets, many compiled by Russia’s online television station Dozhd-TV. More
Renting groups of women to stage or disrupt opposition gatherings is a well-known practice in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Now dissident leaders in Tajikistan say they, too, are being harangued by their country's homegrown "OBON." More
In recent days, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has seemed increasingly erratic in his statements and the actions of his government. Are there influences behind the scenes that could be the cause of Yanukovych's vacillation? More
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