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Gone is the era when Uzbekistan’s late president Islam Karimov was walling off his country from its immediate neighbours.
Tales of families sleeping in cars that are warmer than homes as cold front brings sub-zero temperatures not experienced in half a century.
Glaciers are disappearing around the world. Here’s how it happens in Central Asia.
New research suggests that pollution thousands of miles away may be responsible for unusually strong summer downpours in Central Asia.
Tashkent’s coolness towards scheme that would also involve Kazakhstan will be seen as another sign of growing fissure between Russia and Central Asia. Kremlin claims pact would have no political strings.
EU’s foreign policy chief is latest high-level Western official to visit Central Asia.
Sanctions on Russia are helping China expand its market share in the region.
Turkmenistan is finding new customers for its gas, while continuing to perform bizarre stunts for Guinness World Records. This and more in Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
Turkmenistan is trying to assume the role of energy supplier to Central Asia. Plus, showing off weapons while cash is tight. Eurasianet’s weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
Rahmon indicates that he wants more money and attention from Moscow.