12 March 2002 TASHKENT, 11 March (EurasiaNet)–Uzbek President Islam Karimov’s visit to Washington highlights the ongoing US-Uzbek cooperation in the War on Terror – cooperation that has raised concerns about Uzbekistan’s troubled human rights record. In a written statement, watchdog group Human Rights Watch (HRW) calls Karimov “an unreconstructed Soviet leader,” and asks “whether this […]

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