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Junk Bond Sale and Development Aid: How to Build a Road and a Dam in Tajikistan
October 26, 2017

Junk Bond Sale and Development Aid: How to Build a Road and a Dam in Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
From the ADB to junk bond-hungry investors, Dushanbe is pulling in financial help. But will it make a difference?
Uzbekistan’s Changing Rogun Tone
July 10, 2017

Uzbekistan’s Changing Rogun Tone

By Catherine Putz
Without Karimov's bombast about Rogun, Tashkent is better positioned to earnestly engage on an issue of vital importance.

Why Uzbekistan’s Shifts on Water Politics Matter
April 18, 2017

Why Uzbekistan’s Shifts on Water Politics Matter

By Casey Michel
Recent statements from Uzbek officials drop previous vitriol in favor of diplomatic neighborliness.

After Cancellations and Delays, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan Reopen Air Link
April 12, 2017

After Cancellations and Delays, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan Reopen Air Link

By Catherine Putz
On Tuesday, the first direct commercial flight between the neighboring countries in 25 years landed in Dushanbe.

Tajikistan is Very Optimistic About Energy
December 23, 2016

Tajikistan is Very Optimistic About Energy

By Catherine Putz
President Emomali Rahmon’s hopeful tone belies reality and history.
Mirziyoyev Keeping Up the Good Neighbor Act
November 02, 2016

Mirziyoyev Keeping Up the Good Neighbor Act

By Catherine Putz
Time will be the true test, but on regional relations the likely next Uzbek president looks to be making progress.

Tajikistan’s Rogun Dam Rankles Uzbekistan
July 21, 2016

Tajikistan’s Rogun Dam Rankles Uzbekistan

By Casey Michel
Dushanbe signs on an Italian company for construction, Tashkent says the project is a leftover of “Soviet megalomania.”
Tajikistan: Bailouts, Depots and Bad Neighbors
February 27, 2016

Tajikistan: Bailouts, Depots and Bad Neighbors

By Catherine Putz
Recommended regional reads on Dushanbe's financial troubles, quest to quash opposition, and poor neighborly relations.

Tajik President Says ‘Certain States’ Have ‘Evil Plans’ for Tajikistan
January 22, 2016

Tajik President Says ‘Certain States’ Have ‘Evil Plans’ for Tajikistan

By Casey Michel
By externalizing Dushanbe’s problems, Rahmon is avoiding domestic responsibility.

CASA-1000: Finalized or Fantasy?
January 12, 2016

CASA-1000: Finalized or Fantasy?

By Casey Michel
Beyond security, there’s the simple issue of supply.

Uzbekistan Still Hates the Rogun Dam Project
August 04, 2015

Uzbekistan Still Hates the Rogun Dam Project

By Catherine Putz
“Uzbekistan never, and under no circumstances, will provide support to this project.”
Kazakh Fisherman Shot by Uzbek Border Guards
July 02, 2015

Kazakh Fisherman Shot by Uzbek Border Guards

By Catherine Putz
Meanwhile, there were similar incidents on the Kyrgyz and Tajik borders.

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