Brussels needs to remember that Karimov doesn’t hold all the cards in Uzbekistan, and he won’t last forever, anyway. by TOL In the wake of Uzbek President Islam Karimov’s visit to Brussels this week, there’s been lots of acrimonious shouting in the West about what the European Union shouldn’t do about human rights abuses in […]

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