The quality of the internet has been severely compromised by restrictions placed on the market.
Calls for more regional cooperation in address to United Nations Special Programme for the Economies of Central Asia (SPECA).
Central Asia is once again the “navel of the world” as overland trade between Asia and Europe takes off.
In the last seven years, Emerging Europe has grappled with pandemic, war and a cost of living crisis. So why did people get happier?
World Bank-coordinated committee of international donors is discussing issues of financial support for the 3,600-MW project, which is to include the world’s tallest dam.
EBRD research shows majority in transition countries believe climate change will severely affect the children of today, but fewer people are willing to pay to address the climate emergency.
Sometimes known as the sirocco, haboob, yellow dust, white storm or harmattan, the phenomenon that engulfs everything in its path can be a costly disaster.
Though Afghanistan’s toppled government continues to run its Tajikistan embassy in Dushanbe, the ruling Taliban have been permitted to open a consulate in Khorog.
Data shows that in region an area almost four times the size of Kyrgyzstan is degraded.
Overcoming the “inadequate” approach is “a geopolitical imperative” amid great power competition, while a crackdown is needed on London enabling region’s corrupt elites, it adds.
An Uzbek government delegation is expected to travel to Afghanistan by the end of the year.
Ten years on are investments bringing desired returns?
At present, around one-third of the border remains undefined.
Trip abroad is Russian leader’s first since International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest.
Government proxies have ceased to pretend the practice isn't ubiquitous.
The airports have lain largely idle since the fall of the Soviet Union.
High gas prices, China slowdown and shifts in industrial production contribute to slower growth in Central Europe.
Focus shifts from security to energy security, renewable energy and transportation infrastructure, while there are no illusions about delivering democracy.
Koray Vural snatched while on his way to work. Incident follows grabbing of Orhan Inandi in Kyrgyzstan two years ago. Like Inandi, Vural is linked to Gulen movement that denies Ankara’s claims it plotted coup attempt.
An old friend of the security services and police chiefs has been dragged into a tussle with the newly powerful general prosecutor.