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Can Trump Bring Balance to US-Uzbekistan Relations?
May 17, 2018
Can Trump Bring Balance to US-Uzbekistan Relations?
As Tashkent and Washington revive their strategic partnership, eyes are on reforms.
Can Trump Bring Balance to US-Uzbekistan Relations?
Uzbekistan: A Reforming Dictatorship Will Test US Foreign Policy
May 16, 2018
Uzbekistan: A Reforming Dictatorship Will Test US Foreign Policy
There will be rough patches ahead in Uzbekistan’s reform mission, Washington must focus on the long game.
Uzbekistan: A Reforming Dictatorship Will Test US Foreign Policy
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
How Will Erdogan’s Recent Visit to Uzbekistan Enhance Turkish-Uzbek Cooperation?
May 15, 2018
How Will Erdogan’s Recent Visit to Uzbekistan Enhance Turkish-Uzbek Cooperation?
After a cold snap in bilateral relations, Tashkent and Ankara seem set for warmer relations.
How Will Erdogan’s Recent Visit to Uzbekistan Enhance Turkish-Uzbek Cooperation?
In Uzbekistan, Abdullaev Case Concludes With Freedom
May 08, 2018
In Uzbekistan, Abdullaev Case Concludes With Freedom
The defendants were set free; the judge ordered the state security service to look into its “violations” during the investigation.
In Uzbekistan, Abdullaev Case Concludes With Freedom
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
Reforming Customs, Uzbekistan Nods Toward the Eurasian Economic Union
April 26, 2018
Reforming Customs, Uzbekistan Nods Toward the Eurasian Economic Union
Tashkent is harmonizing its import tariffs with EAEU norms.
Reforming Customs, Uzbekistan Nods Toward the Eurasian Economic Union
Uzbekistan Agrees to ‘Take Part’ in TAPI
April 24, 2018
Uzbekistan Agrees to ‘Take Part’ in TAPI
It’s unclear how Uzbek participation in the pipeline project will manifest.
Uzbekistan Agrees to ‘Take Part’ in TAPI
The Rise of Regionalism in Central Asia?
April 02, 2018
The Rise of Regionalism in Central Asia?
Despite shared history, Central Asia has long lacked regional cohesion. That could be changing.
The Rise of Regionalism in Central Asia?
Uzbekistan's Afghanistan Peace Conference: What to Expect
March 24, 2018
Uzbekistan's Afghanistan Peace Conference: What to Expect
Can Uzbekistan help Afghanistan reach peace?
Uzbekistan's Afghanistan Peace Conference: What to Expect
Uzbek Judge Grants Defendant's Request to Investigate Torture Allegation
March 14, 2018
Uzbek Judge Grants Defendant's Request to Investigate Torture Allegation
Jailed Uzbek journalist Bobomurod Abdullayev claims he was tortured and a judge agreed to grant his petition for an expert's examination.
Uzbek Judge Grants Defendant's Request to Investigate Torture Allegation
Uzbekistan Makes Up With Tajikistan Over Electricity
March 12, 2018
Uzbekistan Makes Up With Tajikistan Over Electricity
For over two decades, the Uzbek-Tajik relationship has been marred by tension, but a recent bilateral visit may mark a true thaw.
Uzbekistan Makes Up With Tajikistan Over Electricity
Cutting Out the Kingmaker: Mirziyoyev at a Crossroads
March 09, 2018
Cutting Out the Kingmaker: Mirziyoyev at a Crossroads
Reform and regime consolidation in Uzbekistan share much of the same path, what comes next is key.
Cutting Out the Kingmaker: Mirziyoyev at a Crossroads
High Hopes for Mending Tajikistan-Uzbekistan Relations Ahead of State Visit
March 01, 2018
High Hopes for Mending Tajikistan-Uzbekistan Relations Ahead of State Visit
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev is set to visit Tajikistan March 9-10.
High Hopes for Mending Tajikistan-Uzbekistan Relations Ahead of State Visit
Uzbek Secret Police Reportedly Kicked off Imprisoned Journalist’s Case
February 26, 2018
Uzbek Secret Police Reportedly Kicked off Imprisoned Journalist’s Case
President Mirziyoyev continues to undermine the SNB, while observers wonder if he's serious about human rights reforms.
Uzbek Secret Police Reportedly Kicked off Imprisoned Journalist’s Case
Uzbekistan Pushes for Bond Debut Before Privatization
February 24, 2018
Uzbekistan Pushes for Bond Debut Before Privatization
Uzbekistan is preparing coupons for up to $300 million to reap the benefits of the investors' widespread hunger for high yields.
Uzbekistan Pushes for Bond Debut Before Privatization
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