Uzbekistan: Contemplating life after Karimov

In the wake of Uzbek president visit to Brussels, the European Union seemed impotent in the face of one of the world’s most brutal dictatorships, because the EU isn’t engaging Uzbekistan’s other players, argues neweurasia’s Schwartz.

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  • Justin

    Come on all Uzbeks surely it’s time to take your courage in hand. Follow Egypt and Tunisia. Throw out Karimov and his wretched daughter asap. You have had 20 years of subjugation, repression and torture. Isn’t that enough?

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