Central Asia

14 December 2010
Neighborly Ties on Thin Ice

Uzbekistan restates its opposition to Tajik hydro projects, while Dushanbe tries to counter Uzbek “propaganda.” From EurasiaNet.

By Konstantin Parshin
 
10 December 2010
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The WikiLeaks cables depict the corruption that has long been an open secret in Central Asia, but they also show the Americans doing their level best amid a cast of unsavory characters.

By TOL
 
7 December 2010
Kyrgyzstan’s Next Battleground

Roiled by a government overthrow and ethnic violence, Kyrgyzstan could be headed for a new wave of religious repression. From EurasiaNet.

By Alisher Khamidov
 
30 November 2010
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As Kazakhstan’s year at the helm of the OSCE ends, critics say the chairmanship was an award for work not performed.

By Abdujalil Abdurasulov
 

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