New regime wants to liberalize the economy in face of opposition from hardliners.
Advocate for worker rights was due to meet with international organizations on forced labor in the cotton industry.
He’s on the poster. He’s in the trailer. But the American actor’s not in the film, and the producers are in trouble.
In latest reform proposal, new leader calls for end to Soviet-era exit controls.
Uzbek authorities seek to recover some of the huge assets allegedly linked to late leader’s daughter.
The isolated country’s dream of becoming the next Central Asian tourist mecca is on hold.
Is the bellwether of Central Asian democracy turning inward, even as closed-off Uzbekistan gradually opens to the world?
Acting president will become the real thing after obliterating the competition in a poll that fell short of international standards, observers say.
UN cultural agency adds 16 cultural practices to its Intangible Heritage List.
Four candidates are running for president of Uzbekistan in Sunday’s election, although it may be hard for voters to tell them apart.
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