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How Worried Is Uzbekistan About Afghan Instability?
October 09, 2018
How Worried Is Uzbekistan About Afghan Instability?
At CIS meeting, Mirziyoyev’s worries about instability in Afghanistan were on display.
How Worried Is Uzbekistan About Afghan Instability?
What is Tashkent’s Tolerance for Conservative Islam?
October 01, 2018
What is Tashkent’s Tolerance for Conservative Islam?
Uzbekistan defines the tolerance level in free speech and reveals its fear of conservative Islam.
What is Tashkent’s Tolerance for Conservative Islam?
Did Tajikistan Just Ditch a Rail Project With Turkmenistan?
September 25, 2018
Did Tajikistan Just Ditch a Rail Project With Turkmenistan?
Tajikistan once sought to circumvent Uzbekistan with a railway through Afghanistan to Turkmenistan. But Tajik-Uzbek relations are better now.
Did Tajikistan Just Ditch a Rail Project With Turkmenistan?
Conservative Religious Bloggers Detained in Uzbekistan
September 06, 2018
Conservative Religious Bloggers Detained in Uzbekistan
The arrests cast a pall on Uzbekistan's reform efforts and illustrate the boundaries of Tashkent's tolerance for debate.
Conservative Religious Bloggers Detained in Uzbekistan
What an NGO's Return Says About Post-Karimov US-Uzbekistan Relations
August 30, 2018
What an NGO's Return Says About Post-Karimov US-Uzbekistan Relations
An education-focused, U.S.-based NGO has become the first such organization to be registered in Uzbekistan in over a decade.
What an NGO's Return Says About Post-Karimov US-Uzbekistan Relations
Security Matters Top Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Agenda
August 22, 2018
Security Matters Top Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Agenda
Renewed relations between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan bring long-awaited relief, yet security is a major concern.
Security Matters Top Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Agenda
Tajikistan's President Makes Historic Visit to Uzbekistan
August 21, 2018
Tajikistan's President Makes Historic Visit to Uzbekistan
Seventeen years after his last official visit, Tajik President Emomali Rahmon visited Tashkent and Samarkand.
Tajikistan's President Makes Historic Visit to Uzbekistan
Taliban Talks in Uzbekistan, Violence Continues in Afghanistan
August 15, 2018
Taliban Talks in Uzbekistan, Violence Continues in Afghanistan
With talks up north and violence in the southeast, the war in Afghanistan lurches toward its 17th year.
Taliban Talks in Uzbekistan, Violence Continues in Afghanistan
<em>Hokim</em> Hubbub: Making Sense of Local Government Shuffles in Uzbekistan
August 06, 2018
Hokim Hubbub: Making Sense of Local Government Shuffles in Uzbekistan
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev is shaking up local governance structure.
Hokim Hubbub: Making Sense of Local Government Shuffles in Uzbekistan
Can Uzbekistan Help Mediate the Afghan Conflict?
July 13, 2018
Can Uzbekistan Help Mediate the Afghan Conflict?
Mirziyoyev has worked hard to position Uzbekistan as an effective mediator in the Afghanistan conflict.
Can Uzbekistan Help Mediate the Afghan Conflict?
Uzbekistan Set to Introduce E-Visas
July 11, 2018
Uzbekistan Set to Introduce E-Visas
Tashkent will also introduce a five-day visa-free transit scheme, positioning the country as a better Eurasian hub.
Uzbekistan Set to Introduce E-Visas
Many Questions Remain After Uzbekistan Fines US Citizen Over Alleged IMU Links
July 06, 2018
Many Questions Remain After Uzbekistan Fines US Citizen Over Alleged IMU Links
Unexpectedly, Uzbekistan levied only a small fine on a man the state says has links to the IMU.
Many Questions Remain After Uzbekistan Fines US Citizen Over Alleged IMU Links
Uzbekistan Does Not Drift Among Great Powers
June 05, 2018
Uzbekistan Does Not Drift Among Great Powers
Tashkent’s engagement with Washington doesn’t undercut its relations with Moscow and Beijing.
Uzbekistan Does Not Drift Among Great Powers
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
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