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China and Uzbekistan: An Emerging Development Partnership?
May 13, 2022

China and Uzbekistan: An Emerging Development Partnership?

By Sophia Nina Burna-Asefi
Uzbekistan is leveraging its partnership with China to address the logistical and geographic challenges it faces.

Tourism in Uzbekistan: After the Pandemic, a New Strategy
April 08, 2022

Tourism in Uzbekistan: After the Pandemic, a New Strategy

By Surayyo Usmanova
Battered by the pandemic, the tourism industry is critical to post-pandemic economic recovery in Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan Looks South for New Trade Routes
April 01, 2022

Uzbekistan Looks South for New Trade Routes

By Sophia Nina Burna-Asefi
Uzbekistan’s position in the middle of Central Asia is a source of strength but also vulnerability.

Uzbekistan, Turkey Elevate Ties to a ‘Comprehensive Strategic Partnership’
March 31, 2022

Uzbekistan, Turkey Elevate Ties to a ‘Comprehensive Strategic Partnership’

By Catherine Putz
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is on a two-day visit to Uzbekistan, the latest step in the post-Karimov warming of ties.

Soviet Central Asian Leaders Are Far From Gone
March 22, 2022

Soviet Central Asian Leaders Are Far From Gone

By Francisco Olmos
From Kunayev to Razzakov to Rashidov, Soviet-era Central Asian leaders continue to play an important role in constructing historical narratives 30 years after independence.

Uzbekistan Should Stop Harassing, Jailing Bloggers
March 02, 2022

Uzbekistan Should Stop Harassing, Jailing Bloggers

By Svetlana Vorobyeva
Several bloggers have been deprived of their liberty because they used social media platforms to air criticisms in Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan Seeks Information On Citizens Still Detained After Kazakhstan’s January Unrest
February 24, 2022

Uzbekistan Seeks Information On Citizens Still Detained After Kazakhstan’s January Unrest

By Catherine Putz
Uzbekistan sent a second note to Kazakhstan about the Uzbek citizens who remain in detention after having been rounded up during the January unrest.
Uzbekistan’s Second Wives Marry in Secret and Suffer Without Legal Protections
February 18, 2022

Uzbekistan’s Second Wives Marry in Secret and Suffer Without Legal Protections

By Niginakhon Uralova
Polygyny is not legal in Uzbekistan, yet some men seek out second wives anyway.

Uzbek Justice Ministry Sounds Alarm Over Divisive Religious Messaging
February 15, 2022

Uzbek Justice Ministry Sounds Alarm Over Divisive Religious Messaging

By Umida Hashimova
The Justice Ministry is alarmed about religious figures whose teachings blur the line between religion, their personal moral views, and the law.

2 Very Different Uzbek Bloggers Both Punished for Their Speech
January 27, 2022

2 Very Different Uzbek Bloggers Both Punished for Their Speech

By Catherine Putz
That the two are quite ideologically different illustrates the state’s unease with what it perceives as extremes, whether progressive or conservative.

Blackouts Strike Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan
January 25, 2022

Blackouts Strike Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan

By Catherine Putz
The widespread blackout highlights a series of interconnected and concerning problems relating to reliable energy supplies in the region
Central Asia Continues to Supply Electricity to Afghanistan
January 13, 2022

Central Asia Continues to Supply Electricity to Afghanistan

By Catherine Putz
In recent weeks, both Tajikistan and Uzbekistan have signed agreements with Afghanistan on energy supplies in 2022, despite unplanned outages.

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