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To Russia or Turkey? A Central Asian Migrant Worker’s Big Choice
January 02, 2019

To Russia or Turkey? A Central Asian Migrant Worker’s Big Choice

By Khamza Sharifzoda
As the appeal of the Russian labor market has decreased, Turkey has become a more attractive option.
In Kyrgyzstan, Erdogan Again Warns of Gulen Network Coup
September 05, 2018

In Kyrgyzstan, Erdogan Again Warns of Gulen Network Coup

By Catherine Putz
Since 2016, Turkey has pressed for Kyrgyzstan to close Gulen-linked schools. So far, Bishkek continues to resist.

Turkish Company Complains About Turkmenistan's Empty Pockets
June 04, 2018

Turkish Company Complains About Turkmenistan's Empty Pockets

By Catherine Putz
In a recent Reuters report, a Turkish company claims Ashgabat hasn't paid up for completed contracts.

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?

By Fuad Shahbazov
After a cold snap in bilateral relations, Tashkent and Ankara seem set for warmer relations.

Turkish President Erdogan Urges Kyrgyzstan to Join Fight Against Gulen
April 11, 2018

Turkish President Erdogan Urges Kyrgyzstan to Join Fight Against Gulen

By Catherine Putz
Kyrgyz President Jeenbekov did not respond directly to Erdogan's urging to deal with Gulen-linked institutions.
Tajik Activist Returned to Tajikistan From Turkey
February 22, 2018

Tajik Activist Returned to Tajikistan From Turkey

By Catherine Putz
Human rights groups say Namunjon Sharipov was forcibly returned to Tajikistan.

Welcome to the New Indian Ocean
February 21, 2018

Welcome to the New Indian Ocean

By David Brewster
New players are creating a more multipolar and complex Indian Ocean environment
Checking in With Moscow: New Kyrgyz President Makes First International Trip to Russia
November 29, 2017

Checking in With Moscow: New Kyrgyz President Makes First International Trip to Russia

By Catherine Putz
President Sooronbai Jeenbekov made a working visit to Moscow less than a week after taking office.

An Uzbek President Touches Down in Turkey for the First Time in 18 Years
October 25, 2017

An Uzbek President Touches Down in Turkey for the First Time in 18 Years

By Catherine Putz
As Mirziyoyev heads to Ankara, conditions are ripe for a rapprochement in bilateral ties.

MIKTA’s Next Steps
September 27, 2017

MIKTA’s Next Steps

By Fikry Cassidy
Its members -- Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia -- have some shared and some divergent interests.

Where in the World is Abdul Rashid Dostum?
July 18, 2017

Where in the World is Abdul Rashid Dostum?

By Catherine Putz
After being turned away from Mazar-i-Sharif and refusing to land in Kabul, a plane carrying Dostum reportedly landed in Ashgabat.
5th Round of Astana Syria Peace Talks End Without Agreement
July 07, 2017

5th Round of Astana Syria Peace Talks End Without Agreement

By Catherine Putz
The de-escalation zones, let alone which country's "military observers" would maintain them, remain under discussion.

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