State Department Skeptical Of Central Asian Counterterror; Less So Of Azerbaijan
The U.S. State Department is skeptical about how Central Asian governments perceive the threat of terrorism in their countries, according to the department's annual review of terrorism around the globe.
The department's Country Reports on Terrorism were released this week, and the overall headline was that global terrorism is up 43 percent. In Central Asia and the Caucasus specifically, however, there is no such precise measurement.
To read the full story