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Social Media: Middle East/Caucasus: Caucasus: Uzbekistan

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Moscow Indicates It Won't Be Ignored in the 'Near Abroad'
In an interview with the Council on Foreign Relations, S. Frederick Starr of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at Johns Hopkins University discusses the causes and consequences of Kyrgyz President K... Read More...

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EU Misses Opportunity to Make Solid step towards the Creation of a Coherent Foreign Policy
Author argues that, in not addressing human rights abuses in Uzbekistan, the EU has missed an opportunity to be perceived as a key player in international affairs. By Jaclyn Jacobsen. (IA-Forum, 11... Read More...

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Russia has pursued a series of separate deals between the Caspian nations. Kazakhstan appears to be most receptive to Russia’s offer of closer economic and strategic cooperation. Read More...

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After "people-power" revolutions in Georgia, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan, the real tests for democratization in the region are yet to come. More complex challenges and potentially volatile transitions are ... Read More...

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Confronting Karimov
Discusses Uzbek governmental politics as well as responses to Islamic terror groups. By Martha Brill Olcott. (Carnegie Endowment 5/25/2005) Read More...

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In Uzbekistan, the Revolution Won't Be Pretty
Discusses the revolution taking part in Uzbekistan. By Martha Brill Olcott. (Carnegie Endowment 5/22/2005) Read More...

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An unstable kind of stability
Discusses how Islamic terror groups are effecting various nations throughout the world. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 5/19/2005) Read More...

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The Andijan Effect: The Danger of an Anti-American Central Asia
Author discusses the recent fallout in Uzbekistan and the possibility of growing threats to America in Central Asia By Kevin F. DeCorla-Souza. (IA-Forum, 7/10/2005) Read More...

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Uzbeks Threaten to Evict U.S. From an Air Base Near Afghanistan
The Uzbek government has threatened to evict the U.S. military from an airbase which supports operations in Afghanistan. This threat comes just days after a meeting of the Russia/China led Shanghai C... Read More...

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U.S. Shifts Flights Out of Uzbekistan
The Uzbek government has placed flight restrictions on a critical airbase currently used by U.S. forces to launch missions into Afghanistan. These restrictions, allegedly due to degradation to runway... Read More...

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Rights Group Calls Deadly Uzbek Crackdown a 'Massacre'
The New York based group Human Rights Watch released an extensive review of the failed May uprising in the Uzbek town of Andijon. The group called the incident a massacre and places much of the respo... Read More...

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Debate: The sky is so big and our lives are so small
Olesya Rhyzova (20, Uzbekistan) and Benjamin Paarmann (23, Germany), two children of Soviet imperialism, engage in an Email dialogue which sheds light on the hopelessness and submissiveness endemic th... Read More...

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Uzbekistan's parliamentary elections: Glass half-full or half-empty?
The OSCE Limited Observers Mission acknowledged improvements in the electoral process, but concluded it did not meet OSCE standards. Uzbekistan may not be complying with OSCE standards, but is moving ... Read More...

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The article about the history of democracy’s introduction in 15 F.S.U. countries, the mixed overall outcome, importance of civil socity and the U.S. role. Few success stories... while the rest of th... Read More...

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The President's Party
Do Uzbek voter have real choice in upcoming Dec 26 elections? Opposition protests at the US Embassy and America's policy toward Tashkent. By Erkin Nazarov (Transitions on Line, Dec 13, 2004) Read More...

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