What’s Driving Change in Central Asia’s Car Industry?
August 25, 2015
What’s Driving Change in Central Asia’s Car Industry?
The automobile industry can tell us a great deal about Central Asia’s economies.
What’s Driving Change in Central Asia’s Car Industry?
Who Are Uzbeks in Syria Fighting For?
August 22, 2015
Who Are Uzbeks in Syria Fighting For?
One militant texts RFE/RL to denounce ISIS, and other links for the weekend.
Who Are Uzbeks in Syria Fighting For?
Who Controls the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan?
August 15, 2015
Who Controls the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan?
Also, what’s it like being a “dealmaker” in “the Stans” and other must-reads.
Who Controls the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan?
Weighing In: Uzbekistan Airways Deletes Announcement of New Procedures
August 14, 2015
Weighing In: Uzbekistan Airways Deletes Announcement of New Procedures
The Uzbek national airline tried to delete its statement that it would begin weighing passengers, but the internet remembers.
Weighing In: Uzbekistan Airways Deletes Announcement of New Procedures
Uzbekistan Passes Law To Strip Citizenship From Terrorists
August 12, 2015
Uzbekistan Passes Law To Strip Citizenship From Terrorists
Tajikistan has also similarly amended its laws to allow for revocation of citizenship.
Uzbekistan Passes Law To Strip Citizenship From Terrorists
Fergana: Can’t We All Just Get Along?
August 08, 2015
Fergana: Can’t We All Just Get Along?
How to solve the Fergana Valley puzzle and other must reads for the weekend
Fergana: Can’t We All Just Get Along?
Uzbek Refugee Facing Terrorism Charges In the US
August 05, 2015
Uzbek Refugee Facing Terrorism Charges In the US
Fazliddin Kurbanov, arrested in 2013, is about halfway through his trial in Idaho.
Uzbek Refugee Facing Terrorism Charges In the US
Uzbekistan Still Hates the Rogun Dam Project
August 04, 2015
Uzbekistan Still Hates the Rogun Dam Project
“Uzbekistan never, and under no circumstances, will provide support to this project.”
Uzbekistan Still Hates the Rogun Dam Project
Has Uzbekistan Made Progress in Ending Forced Labor?
July 28, 2015
Has Uzbekistan Made Progress in Ending Forced Labor?
The U.S. upgraded the country in its annual human trafficking report, saying it is making “significant efforts.”
Has Uzbekistan Made Progress in Ending Forced Labor?
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
July 28, 2015
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Central Asia is an important moment for Indian business to increase its presence in the region.
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
How Angry is Kyrgyzstan at America?
July 17, 2015
How Angry is Kyrgyzstan at America?
Updates on reaction to U.S. human rights award for jailed Kyrgyz and some recommended Central Asia links for the weekend.
How Angry is Kyrgyzstan at America?
US to Seize $300 Million in Uzbek Bribery Case
July 16, 2015
US to Seize $300 Million in Uzbek Bribery Case
The U.S. is latest to join in seizing assets related to a global Uzbek bribery scandal.
US to Seize $300 Million in Uzbek Bribery Case
What Azerbaijan and Central Asia Have in Common
July 10, 2015
What Azerbaijan and Central Asia Have in Common
Shared styles of government and pipeline interests bridge the Caspian, bringing Azerbaijan and Central Asia together.
What Azerbaijan and Central Asia Have in Common
A 'New Chapter' for India and Central Asia?
July 08, 2015
A 'New Chapter' for India and Central Asia?
Leaning on history, India and Central Asia eye further security and economic cooperation.
A 'New Chapter' for India and Central Asia?
Kazakh Fisherman Shot by Uzbek Border Guards
July 02, 2015
Kazakh Fisherman Shot by Uzbek Border Guards
Meanwhile, there were similar incidents on the Kyrgyz and Tajik borders.
Kazakh Fisherman Shot by Uzbek Border Guards
What Should US Policy in Central Asia Be?
June 29, 2015
What Should US Policy in Central Asia Be?
Continued pressure and broader engagement are crucial.
What Should US Policy in Central Asia Be?
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