Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan to Throw in Its Lot with the EAEU

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The discussions that have been going on for more than a year on Uzbekistan’s entry into the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) are coming to a logical conclusion. The topic of the integration of Tashkent into the EAEU was loudly discussed in October 2019, during the visit of the Speaker of the Federation Council of Russia Valentina Matvienko to the Uzbek…

Uzbekistan Prepares to Join EAEU

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The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) officially began operating on January 1, 2015 (its members are Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia). In January 2020, it marked its fifth anniversary. It has an impressive list of achievements to its name: numerous customs barriers have been removed within the Eurasian Economic Space, all five countries…

Uzbekistan Decided to Join the EAEU

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As it’s been demonstrated by the results of the recent meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council (SEEC), which just came to a closure in Yerevan, the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is expanding the geography of cooperation. On top of Iran and Singapore, that have already joined the EAEU free trade zone, Uzbekistan is planning…

New US Ambassador to Uzbekistan – You Just don’t Wanna Know

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The ever increasing influence of Russia and China in Central Asia is keeping the United States fairly agitated. Predictably enough, over the last couple of years Washington has noticeably stepped up its efforts to dominate the region through both economic and military means…

The Struggle for Uzbekistan – a Key Component of Washington’s Central Asia Pivot?

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Out of all of the former USSR-dominated regions, Central Asia remains the only one where the US hasn’t acquired sustainably aligned satellite countries. For this very reason, we can expect the US to start…

Nuclear Power is a New Sphere of Cooperation between Russia and Uzbekistan

Russia is one of the leaders in the market of nuclear-related technologies and is renowned for quality and safety of its nuclear power plants, whose reasonable cost is especially attractive for moderate-sized developing nations. Many countries, facing issues linked to…

Uzbekistan and its future

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Uzbek President Islam Karimov is dead-set on smashing any stirrings of revolution and protecting the country from both foreign and…

Implications of CIS Free Trade Zone Expansion in Central Asia

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The last week of 2013 saw Uzbekistan - the most populous Central Asian nation - become the latest country to…

Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and the Railway Projects

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Washington is actively trying to take advantage of the transportation deadlock that Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan found themselves in after the…

Islam Karimov’s Currency Reform

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Uzbekistan’s rules for buying and selling foreign currencies changed in early February. President Islam Karimov approved a proposal by the…

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