How Uzbekistan Promotes Regional Integration in Central Asia
By Tanbaev Ozod
Despite the modest progress achieved under Uzbek leadership, there are still numerous challenges to Central Asian regionalism.
The Trans-Afghan Railway Line: Back on Track?
By Sophia Nina Burna-Asefi
The Trans-Afghan railway project is gathering momentum as Uzbekistan seeks access to Pakistan's ports. But can the project overcome security, geographic, and financial hurdles?
Turkic Council Sets Sights on Upgrade Rooted in Economic Connectivity Projects
By Umida Hashimova
The Turkic Council aims to grow its political and economic significance.
Trains, Planes, and Automobiles: Central Asia Is Reconnecting With Itself
By Austen Dowell
Mapping newly created, resurrected, and proposed transport routes across Central Asia provides insight into regional connectivity drives.
Connecting Asia: Uzbekistan Looks to Capitalize on Central Asia’s Transport Potential
By Zilola Karimova
With new rail projects, Uzbekistan is contributing to the development of transport and trade in Central and South Asia.
The Resurgence of Central Asian Connectivity
By Luca Anceschi
Can the world’s most dis-integrated region rebuild connectivity from within?
Central Asia’s Road to Prosperity Runs Through a Peaceful Afghanistan
By Tadamichi Yamamoto
Afghanistan will loom large at the upcoming “Security and Sustainability” conference in Uzbekistan.