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The vice chief of Korea's financial regulator, Kim So-young, last week spent four days in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan facilitating overseas business expansions by Korean financial firms and joint ...
Minister seeks to reassure investors after third revolution and nationalisation of gold mine Kumtor.
The leaders of Central Asia's five republics plus Armenia's PM arrived in Moscow to stand by Putin for the annual May 9 Victory Day parade, despite strong US pressure to downgrade and even break ties with Russia where possible.
Uzbekistan’s Uzavtosanoat (UzAuto), which has assembled Chevrolet vehicles under licence from General Motors since 2007, has plans to expand into Kyrgyzstan, WardsAuto ...
Russia is hurting close allies, fuelling frustration with the Eurasian Economic Union, or EEU trade bloc.
Under pressure from the West after refusing to join Russia sanctions, Belgrade seeks to build relations with Central Asia in visit that focussed on trade ties and Kosovo.
Looking forward to the end of the war, whenever it happens, policymakers are already speculating on how many of the refugees and migrants are likely to stay and how many will return.
No-one can say for sure where the next Big One will hit.
Gone is the era when Uzbekistan’s late president Islam Karimov was walling off his country from its immediate neighbours.
Tales of families sleeping in cars that are warmer than homes as cold front brings sub-zero temperatures not experienced in half a century.
President says countries and financial institutions from which Bishkek borrowed could participate in construction of hydropower plants in his country.
Can safety protocols be maintained in a poor country like Kyrgyzstan, where corruption is rampant?
Making an example of group looks like attempt to put indefinite end to Kyrgyzstan’s periodic cycle of extra-parliamentary regime changes.
The pains of the education system are a vivid testament to the challenges ahead.
Tashkent’s coolness towards scheme that would also involve Kazakhstan will be seen as another sign of growing fissure between Russia and Central Asia. Kremlin claims pact would have no political strings.
But a contentious procurement law in the works has fuelled scepticism about government claims to be fighting corruption.
As mutual recriminations fly over September’s short war, both Bishkek and Dushanbe are busy equipping their militaries with more arms.
Turkmenistan is finding new customers for its gas, while continuing to perform bizarre stunts for Guinness World Records. This and more in Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
Amid row over land deal with Uzbekistan, 22 critics of the government are detained. The stage is set for unrest.