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Infrastructure of Uzbekistan - Fergana Valley 2016 began its w...

An international exhibition Infrastructure of Uzbekistan - Fergana Valley 2016 has commenced its work in Fergana. At the event, organized by the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade of Uzbekistan, Chamber of Commerce and ... Uzbekistan National News Agency, 1 month ago

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Will Uzbekistan survive the death of Islam Karimov?

Introduction The history of Uzbekistan after the break-up of the former Soviet Union in the early 1990s is replete with ethnic division, civil strife and Islamic militancy. It is widely acknowledged that only the successful, yet often repressive ...
 Sott.net1 week ago Afghanistan 2.0. Will Uzbekistan Survive the Death of President Islam Karimov?  Global Research1 week ago


I. Deepening structural reforms in the economy and modernizing the country, ensuring macroeconomic balance Consistent implementation of the most important priorities of economic program for the year 2016, set by the President of the Republic of ...
 PresseEcho.de1 week ago Economic results of Uzbekistan in Q2 2016  Aviamost1 month ago Information report on meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan  PresseEcho.de2 months ago

Uzbekistan Reportedly Opens Border Crossing With Kyrgyzstan

In the wake of a fresh boundary dispute, Uzbekistan has re-opened a border crossing with Kyrgyzstan and started allowing the passage of private citizens. Uzbek news site reported that the crossing began to operate normally on September ...
 EurasiaNet1 week ago Uzbekistan Releases Four Kyrgyz Detained in Border Standoff  EurasiaNet2 weeks ago Uzbekistan Holds Fast on Disputed Mountain  EurasiaNet3 weeks ago

Water and Land Issues Dividing Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan

As strangers approached, a trio of soldiers guarding the dirt track leading to the Kasan-sai reservoir emerged warily from the bushes, rifles at the ready. The soldiers were Kyrgyz, and less than a minute's walk beyond them was the entrance to a ...
 EurasiaNet1 week ago
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Uzbekistan Juggles Ties With Russia, China, Other Great Powers

Death of Karimov, ruler for 27 years, won't end Uzbekistan's exploiting its geostrategic location in Central Asia Last Updated: September 19, 2016 1:03 pm Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov speaks with journalists in the Kremlin in Moscow on ...
 Epoch Times1 week ago TASHKENT BLOG: Meeting Mr Karimov  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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Uzbekistan starts a new era, but will old wounds fester?

Uzbekistan has predominated Central Asia since the Soviet Union's demise in 1991. Home to 30 million people almost half of Central Asia's entire population it possesses the largest and most formidable military of any state in the region. Expected ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 week ago Freight trains running on Angren-Pap railway  Transport Journal3 weeks ago Tashkent-Andijan passenger train starts operation  Uzbekistan National News Agency1 month ago Uzbekistan Railways start to transport cargo via Angren-Pap railway  UzDaily.com1 month ago
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After Karimov

On August 29, the president of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, died from a cerebral hemorrhage. Karimov had been in office since the founding of Uzbekistan following the fall of the Soviet Union. Given his long tenure in office and the uncertainty that ...
 Advisor Perspectives2 weeks ago Uzbekistan: Karimov's Stature Grows After Death  EurasiaNet2 weeks ago died from an apparent stroke  EurasiaNet2 weeks ago OBITUARY: Islam Karimov, the first president of Uzbekistan  Bne IntelliNews3 weeks ago

A glance at Islam Karimov's authoritarian legacy in Uzbekistan

The post-Soviet Central Asian republics have reached a quarter-century of independence in the wake of the fall of communism. However, authoritarian deadlocks in their new polities soon after the Soviet collapse have hindered a full-fledged ...
 Daily Sabah2 weeks ago

A New Round in the Great Game Begins

X Story Stream recent articles Central Asia was once the prize in the so-called Great Game, a center of competition for the Russians, British, Persians, Mongols and Turks at various times and in various combinations. Sitting at the ...
 RealClearWorld2 weeks ago
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