Stories about Uzbekistan from October, 2006
Shohruh says that China and Russia cannot save Islam Karimov, the president of Uzbekistan.
Registan.net notes an apparent coming thaw in relations between the EU and Uzbekistan.
Leila Tanayeva reports on the screening of three documentaries on Central Asian music that recently took place in Prague.
Alpine Pastures – Jailoo (c) Christopher Herwig, www.herwigphotos.com It's time to strike our tents (or Kyrgyz yurts in the Jailoo in this case), the summer is over (although in Kazakhstan's capital Astana there's snow even in August…). Which also means more time for Central Asia buffs to spend in front...
At Registan.net, Bertrand reports that Uzbekistan's president is using a new explanation for last year's violence in Andijon and he discusses some of the possible explanations for this change.
Leila writes about the long and accidential history of ties between Japan and Central Asia.
A Tajik official has claimed that the Islamic Movement of Turkestan is merely a fabrication of the Uzbekistani government. Sean Roberts analyzes the news and whether or not the IMT likely exists.
Meat vendor in Osh market, Kyrgyzstan Just returning from a shopping tour on Osh Market, we welcome you to the latest roundup of notable online conversations that took place during the last two weeks, brought to you bi-weekly by neweurasia. Armenia: France's new legislation to make the denial of the...
neweurasia reports on the correlation between a Central Asian and Caucasus states’ levels of corruption and parking violations for members of their UN missions.
Sean Roberts discusses how last year's Andijon uprising is being used to arrest political figures who have fallen from favor.
At neweurasia, Neil rounds up news on press freedom from all over the Caucasus and Central Asia.