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Uzbekistan: Reforms on the Right Path
May 16, 2018
Uzbekistan: Reforms on the Right Path
An exclusive interview with Uzbek Minister of Justice Ruslanbek Davletov
Uzbekistan: Reforms on the Right Path
China’s Belt and Road Gets a Central Asian Boost
May 03, 2018
China’s Belt and Road Gets a Central Asian Boost
Uzbekistan’s transformation will fast-track the new Silk Road.
China’s Belt and Road Gets a Central Asian Boost
A Post-Karimov Uzbekistan
September 03, 2016
A Post-Karimov Uzbekistan
What does the future hold without the only leader Uzbekistan has ever known?
A Post-Karimov Uzbekistan
An Absence of Diplomacy: The Kyrgyz-Uzbek Border Dispute
April 01, 2016
An Absence of Diplomacy: The Kyrgyz-Uzbek Border Dispute
The Kyrgyz-Uzbek border has rarely been tranquil, but the latest escalation is significant.
An Absence of Diplomacy: The Kyrgyz-Uzbek Border Dispute
Uzbekistan: White Gold, Dirty Business
April 01, 2016
Uzbekistan: White Gold, Dirty Business
Forced labor and financial opacity are the greatest sins of Uzbekistan’s cotton industry.
Uzbekistan: White Gold, Dirty Business
No Surprises in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan
April 27, 2015
No Surprises in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan
Stability triumphs over reform, as Karimov and Nazarbayev retain power in Central Asia.
No Surprises in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan
Uzbekistan: Karimov’s Impending, Unconstitutional Reelection
February 28, 2015
Uzbekistan: Karimov’s Impending, Unconstitutional Reelection
Domestic and international dynamics suggest Karimov will again run for president, and win.
Uzbekistan: Karimov’s Impending, Unconstitutional Reelection
Central Asia: Dim Security Prospects Ahead?
December 03, 2013
Central Asia: Dim Security Prospects Ahead?
As U.S. interest in the region wanes, the prospects for Central Asia security are uncertain at best.
Central Asia: Dim Security Prospects Ahead?
December 14, 2011
America’s Afghan Supply Problem
The killing of 24 Pakistani soldiers in a U.S. air attack has left the U.S. more dependent on Uzbekistan. But is Tashkent a reliable – or advisable – partner?
America’s Afghan Supply Problem
The US and its ‘Friendly’ Dictator
November 14, 2010
The US and its ‘Friendly’ Dictator
Despite his country’s woeful human rights record, the US military still indulges Uzbekistan’s president. Don’t expect a change soon.
The US and its ‘Friendly’ Dictator
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