by Anthony Baird TASHKENT, 18 October (EurasiaNet)–Circumstances have forced the United States and Uzbekistan into a long-term embrace that both states may welcome, but which neither state was prepared for. The obligations suddenly assumed by both Washington and Tashkent have complicated and potentially dangerous implications. A US-Uzbek joint statement October 12 provided the clearest idea […]

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