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US-Afghanistan-Uzbekistan Trilateral Tests Out New Format for Engagement
May 29, 2020

US-Afghanistan-Uzbekistan Trilateral Tests Out New Format for Engagement

By Catherine Putz
The new trilateral fits into existing efforts to increase regional cooperation and integrate Afghanistan’s into Central Asian thinking.

A New Era of Strategic Partnership: The US Engages to Find Opportunities in Central Asia
February 13, 2020

A New Era of Strategic Partnership: The US Engages to Find Opportunities in Central Asia

By Kristen Cheriegate
Central Asia will generally welcome -- and want -- U.S. attention, but will want a degree of circumspection.
US Pledges $2 Million to Uzbekistan
February 10, 2020

US Pledges $2 Million to Uzbekistan

By Umida Hashimova
The true nature of U.S. investment in Uzbekistan, and all of Central Asia, is broader than just direct financial assistance packages.

A New US Strategy for Central Asia: Continuity Under Better Conditions
February 06, 2020

A New US Strategy for Central Asia: Continuity Under Better Conditions

By Catherine Putz
The new strategy revolves around a familiar “holy trinity” -- independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity -- while acknowledging the power of new regional dynamics.

Same Interests, New Climate: Assessing the US-Uzbekistan Relationship
December 19, 2019

Same Interests, New Climate: Assessing the US-Uzbekistan Relationship

By Catherine Putz
American interests in Uzbekistan have remained stable across administrations, but opportunities for cooperation have grown.

How the US Can Give Uzbekistan Options
November 17, 2018

How the US Can Give Uzbekistan Options

By James Durso
America’s goal should be to ensure the Uzbeks have alternative options to dealing with Russia and China.

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

By Catherine Putz
An education-focused, U.S.-based NGO has become the first such organization to be registered in Uzbekistan in over a decade.
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

By Catherine Putz
Unexpectedly, Uzbekistan levied only a small fine on a man the state says has links to the IMU.

Can Trump Bring Balance to US-Uzbekistan Relations?
May 17, 2018

Can Trump Bring Balance to US-Uzbekistan Relations?

By Catherine Putz
As Tashkent and Washington revive their strategic partnership, eyes are on reforms.

Uzbekistan: A Reforming Dictatorship Will Test US Foreign Policy
May 16, 2018

Uzbekistan: A Reforming Dictatorship Will Test US Foreign Policy

By Navbahor Imamova
There will be rough patches ahead in Uzbekistan’s reform mission, Washington must focus on the long game.

Will the US Ever Get a New Central Asia Policy?
May 03, 2017

Will the US Ever Get a New Central Asia Policy?

By Catherine Putz
Probably not. American interests in the region remain fundamentally tied to interests outside the region.
In 2017, What Does CENTCOM Care About in Central Asia?
March 11, 2017

In 2017, What Does CENTCOM Care About in Central Asia?

By Catherine Putz
A new year, a new posture statement to parse.

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