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Tajikistan

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Tajikistan (/tɑːˈdʒiːkɪstɑːn/ (listen), /tə-, tæ-/Tajik: Тоҷикистон, Persian: تاجیکستان‎, romanizedTâjīkestânRussian: Таджикистан, romanizedTadzhikistan), officially the Republic of Tajikistan (Tajik: Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон, romanizedJumhurii Tojikiston), is a landlocked country in Central Asia with an area of 143,100 km2 (55,300 sq mi)[6][7][8] and an estimated population of 9,537,645 people.[15] Its capital and largest city is Dushanbe. It is bordered by Afghanistan to the southUzbekistan to the westKyrgyzstan to the north and China to the east. The traditional homelands of the Tajik people include present-day Tajikistan as well as parts of Afghanistan.

The territory that now constitutes Tajikistan was previously home to several ancient cultures, including the city of Sarazm[16] of the Neolithic and the Bronze Age and was later home to kingdoms ruled by people of different faiths and cultures, including the Oxus Valley CivilisationAndronovo CultureBuddhismNestorian ChristianityHinduismZoroastrianismManichaeism and Islam. The area has been ruled by numerous empires and dynasties, including the Achaemenid EmpireSasanian EmpireHephthalite EmpireSamanid Empire and the Mongol Empire. After being ruled by the Timurid dynasty and the Khanate of Bukhara, the Timurid Renaissance flourished. The region was later conquered by the Russian Empire and subsequently by the Soviet Union. Within the Soviet Union, the country’s modern borders were drawn when it was part of Uzbekistan as an autonomous republic before becoming a full-fledged Soviet republic in 1929.[17]

On 9 September 1991, Tajikistan became an independent sovereign nation as the Soviet Union disintegrated. A civil war was fought almost immediately after independence, lasting from 1992 to 1997. Since the end of the war, newly established political stability and foreign aid have allowed the country’s economy to grow. The country has been led by President Emomali Rahmon since 1994 who rules an authoritarian regime, as there is extensive corruption and widespread violations of human rights, including torture, arbitrary imprisonment, worsening political repression, and a lack of religious freedom and other civil liberties.[18][19]

Tajikistan is a presidential republic consisting of four provinces. Most of Tajikistan’s population belongs to the Tajik ethnic group,[20] who speak Tajik — the first official language. Russian is used as the official inter-ethnic language. While the state is constitutionally secular, Islam is practiced by 98% of the population. In the Gorno-Badakhshan oblast, despite its sparse population, there is large linguistic diversity where RushaniShughniIshkashimiWakhi and Tajik are some of the languages spoken. Mountains cover more than 90% of the country. It is a developing country with a transition economy that is highly dependent on remittancesaluminium and cotton production. Tajikistan is a member of the United NationsCISOSCEOICECOSCO and CSTO as well as a NATO PfP partner.

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