Uzbekistan restates its opposition to Tajik hydro projects, while Dushanbe tries to counter Uzbek “propaganda.” From EurasiaNet. by Konstantin Parshin Tajikistan is making visible progress toward what it calls an independent hydro-energy future. Downstream, Uzbekistan is fuming. Mutual acrimony is prompting the two Central Asian neighbors to trade increasingly harsh accusations and blame each other […]

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