Contradictory approaches to sketching a national past threaten to aggravate tensions between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. A TOL partner post from EurasiaNet by Igor Torbakov Increasing rancor has marked recent Tajik-Uzbek relations. The latest evidence of tension was Uzbekistan’s early June decision to cut natural gas supplies because of Dushanbe’s debt of approximately $3.5 million. In […]

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