15 July 1997 UZBEKISTAN ACTIVELY PROMOTED ITSELF as a changed state in 1996. Whether discussing human rights or staging a historic meeting with the U.S. president, President Islam Karimov tried to show that he was not an authoritarian, but simply a strong leader who cared about the future of his country. The campaign seemed to […]

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