President Trump’s 2018 budget envisages massive aid cuts globally, but is likely to be watered down in Congress.
The use of punitive psychiatry against political opponents appears to be on the upswing in post-Soviet states.
Xi, Mirziyoyev also find common ground on the fight against the Three Evil Forces.
The 40-minute hop is another sign of Tashkent’s improving relations with neighboring Tajikistan.
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.
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