8 October 2001In the wake of U.S. and British air-strikes against Afghan targets, the post-communist countries in Central Asia are remaining quiet. PRAGUE, Czech Republic–As subsequent waves of U.S. and allied air attacks continued on targets in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan on 8 October, reaction in Central Asia ranged from guarded approval to violent protest. Uzbekistan–which shares […]

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