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Navigating Between Academia and Activism in Central Asia
October 17, 2019

Navigating Between Academia and Activism in Central Asia

By Colleen Wood
Human dignity and scholarly integrity are critical when it comes to researching and intervening in human rights activism.

Central Asia’s Russian Migration Puzzle
October 11, 2019

Central Asia’s Russian Migration Puzzle

By Khamza Sharifzoda
An interview with Caress Schenk.
Untangling Webs of Corruption: Trafficking and Terrorism in Central Asia
October 09, 2019

Untangling Webs of Corruption: Trafficking and Terrorism in Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
Interview with Mariya Y. Omelicheva and Lawrence P. Markowitz.

Not So Fast: Will Uzbekistan Join the Eurasian Economic Union?
October 07, 2019

Not So Fast: Will Uzbekistan Join the Eurasian Economic Union?

By Umida Hashimova
In Russian framing, the Uzbek decision to join the EAEU has already been made. But Tashkent is still exploring its options.

Uzbek Official Reprimanded by Senate for Rude Remarks on Beards and Hijabs
October 03, 2019

Uzbek Official Reprimanded by Senate for Rude Remarks on Beards and Hijabs

By Catherine Putz
Shuhrat Ghaniev, governor of Fergana and a senator, was rebuked by the Senate for an ethics violation.

Uzbekistan Joins the Turkic Council
September 23, 2019

Uzbekistan Joins the Turkic Council

By Umida Hashimova
Tashkent joins a regional organization for the first time in 13 years. 

Unclear Boundaries in a Changing Uzbekistan
September 11, 2019

Unclear Boundaries in a Changing Uzbekistan

By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
In Uzbekistan, a growing gap between the rhetoric of change and continued police discomfort with activism.
Uzbekistan’s Impending Water Crisis
September 05, 2019

Uzbekistan’s Impending Water Crisis

By Aziz Egamov
Relations are good between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, but a grave water crisis still looms.

China Opens Education Opportunities for Uzbekistan’s Youth
August 26, 2019

China Opens Education Opportunities for Uzbekistan’s Youth

By Umida Hashimova
The knowledge-hungry youth of Uzbekistan are ready to take up education in China.

New Faces, Old Patterns in Uzbekistan’s Foreign Policy
August 21, 2019

New Faces, Old Patterns in Uzbekistan’s Foreign Policy

By Aleksey Asiryan
Uzbekistan’s change of foreign policy course has its roots in a 2012 concept that recognized changing regional dynamics.

Uzbekistan: Reforms Underway, but Democracy Still Out of Reach
August 07, 2019

Uzbekistan: Reforms Underway, but Democracy Still Out of Reach

By Justine Doody
With parliamentary elections slated for late 2019 or early 2020, will Uzbekistan remain in essence a one-party state?
Uzbekistan to Close Notorious Prison Colony, the 'House of Torture'
August 05, 2019

Uzbekistan to Close Notorious Prison Colony, the 'House of Torture'

By Catherine Putz
Jaslyk is Uzbekistan's most notorious prison. On August 2, President Mirziyoyev ordered its closure.

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