Central Asia’s once isolated states are increasingly seeking foreign money to kick start their economies.
President Nazarbaev decrees switch to new Latin script, abolishing the Latin script he approved just months ago.
Their ties have been strained for much of the quarter-century since independence, but Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are moving swiftly to patch things up.
Watchdogs say illegal arrests and torture of prisoners continue even as government eases burdens on the citizenry.
Negotiations underline the quandary of distributing Central Asia’s vast water resources fairly.
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