December 2, 2011

The West Still Loves Some Dictators

Mary Mitchell, The Staggers

AP Photo

The lessons learned from the Arab Spring hold little weight in Central Asia as western governments continue to befriend two of the world's most corrupt regimes.

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TAGGED: Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Central Asia


May 18, 2012
The Afghan View from Kazakhstan
Yerzhan Kazykhanov, RealClearWorld
The development of the Northern Distribution Network (NDN) as a supply route to Afghanistan through Russia and Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, has played a vital role in sustaining ISAF's operations in Afghanistan. ... more ››