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5 Central Asian Foreign Ministers Convene in Washington
August 03, 2016

5 Central Asian Foreign Ministers Convene in Washington

By Catherine Putz
The C5+1 is Washington's latest attempt at making diplomatic progress, of any kind, in Central Asia.
The Unsurprising Doldrums of US-Central Asia Trade
August 03, 2016

The Unsurprising Doldrums of US-Central Asia Trade

By Casey Michel
Washington's trade with Central Asia experienced a drastic drop in 2015 and recovery prospects look dim.

Washington’s Budgets for Central Asia Grow
June 14, 2016

Washington’s Budgets for Central Asia Grow

By Catherine Putz
But the tension between security and human rights hamstrings U.S. policy.

Diplomatic Access: Kyrgyzstan
May 13, 2016

Diplomatic Access: Kyrgyzstan

By Diplomatic Access
Kyrgyz Ambassador Toktogulov on Central Asian security, Kyrgyz-U.S. relations, and Kyrgyzstan's democracy.

Controversial 'Foreign Agents' Bill Shot Down in Kyrgyz Parliament
May 12, 2016

Controversial 'Foreign Agents' Bill Shot Down in Kyrgyz Parliament

By Catherine Putz
NGOs in Kyrgyzstan will be happy to know that the so-called Foreign Agents Bill won't become law. At least not yet.
UN Human Rights Committee Weighs in on Kyrgyzstan's Askarov Case
April 22, 2016

UN Human Rights Committee Weighs in on Kyrgyzstan's Askarov Case

By Catherine Putz
The committee called on Kyrgyzstan to release Azimjon Askarov immediately.

Fences and Offenses: Kerry in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan
November 02, 2015

Fences and Offenses: Kerry in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan

By Catherine Putz
The U.S. is mending fences in Kyrgyzstan and avoiding offenses in Uzbekistan.
US Secretary of State to Visit All Five Central Asian States
October 28, 2015

US Secretary of State to Visit All Five Central Asian States

By Catherine Putz
You could call it the “grand Stan slam.”

Interview: Scott Radnitz on Kyrgyzstan
September 18, 2015

Interview: Scott Radnitz on Kyrgyzstan

By Samuel Ramani
A look at the recent political, security and economic developments in Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan, the Mouse that Roared?
September 04, 2015

Kyrgyzstan, the Mouse that Roared?

By Catherine Putz
Bishkek demands a little more respect for its democratic progress, but all is not lost in the US-Kyrgyz relationship.

Kyrgyz President Cancels Visit to the US, Will Skip UNGA
August 27, 2015

Kyrgyz President Cancels Visit to the US, Will Skip UNGA

By Catherine Putz
Almazbek Atambayev will be traveling to Beijing and Tehran, but dropped the New York leg of his September travel plans
ISIS Is a Concern but Not a Serious Threat to Central Asia
August 18, 2015

ISIS Is a Concern but Not a Serious Threat to Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
“... it's not like the barbarians are at the doorstep ready to sweep into all of Central Asia.”

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