Suspect elections, suspect economic statistics, and closer ties to Putin’s Russia characterize the year by Dr. Roger D. Kangas The year 2000 saw Uzbekistan continue down the path of authoritarianism and control from above in the political, social, and economic spheres. However, the continued low-level threat of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) compelled President […]

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