An ‘aging veteran of the Cold War’ offers suggestions of how the West should work with the government of Uzbekistan while trying to improve its human rights record by Jim Critchlow World attention is focusing on Uzbekistan as Uzbek President Islam Karimov prepares for his first official visit to the United States since George W. […]

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