Stories about Uzbekistan from June, 2007
Bonnie Boyd reports of locusts plaguing the region and draconian regulations forcing Uzbek farmers to harvest green wheat.
At Registan.net, Joshua Foust examines how Central Asia might be impacted by China's soft power.
Uzbekistan's president has been making numerous trips to various regions of Uzbekistan in what Jamiyat of neweurasia calls the launch of a re-election campaign.
Libertad wonders how the government of Uzbekistan will be able to handle providing services to the country's rapidly increasing population.
Bonnie Boyd explains what peak oil has to do with Central Asian states and warns that they must use petrodollars to build a foundation for the future.
Non Pon looks at how Central Asian states fared in the recently released Failed State Index.
Birds’ Books uses Uzbek author Hamid Ismailov's The Railway, one of the rare contemporary Central Asian novels translated into English, as a jumping off point for a discussion of Central Asian literature, language, translation, and the impact of modernism and the Soviet Union on Central Asia.