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WHO AND WHY WANTS TO CONVINCE THE WORLD UZBEKISTAN IS A TERRORIST COUNTRY?(2.11.2017)

Who and why wants to convince the world Uzbekistan is a terrorist country?

“Uzbekistan Has Become an Increasingly Important Source of Recruits for ISIS”, ‘ISIS lives forever’: Uzbek man, 29, who killed eight and injured 15”, “Where is Uzbekistan? Why young men from this Asian country keep threatening the U.S. and Europe”, “Uzbekistan's links to global terror” These are headlines from headlines from different world media after NYC terror attack, where 29-year-old Uzbek national, on truck entered a bike path in lower Manhattan and drove over cyclists and pedestrians.It is an undoubted fact that this man, Sayfullo Saipov lived in Uzbekistan seven years ago. But here the main point is that he emigrated to the United States seven...


PAP: THE LAND OF TREASURES(14.05.2017)

Pap: The Land of Treasures

When one discovers firsthand Uzbekistan, he can see the contrast of history and modernity, urbanization and untouched nature, and what’s more, the glimpses of huge potential that the country has. Furthermore, he realizes correctness of usage of the phrase “the land of treasures” in its literal and figurative senses related to Uzbekistan.Pap district, one of the ancient and at the same time very developed districts of Uzbekistan is situated in the north of Fergana valley. The territory of the district is almost 3000 km2. Pap borders with Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and this explains its national diversity. Ancient settlements, such as Munchaktepa and Kirk khudjr...


WHAT SHOULD BRING THE NEW PRESIDENT TO KOREA?(11.05.2017)

What should bring the new president to Korea?

Relations between Korea and Uzbekistan today can be set as a model example of mutually beneficial cooperation. From the first days of independence, since 1991 Uzbekistan feels the big support of Korea. Some other countries tried to have political influence in our lands, the others wanted to gain own benefits from the difficulties that Uzbekistan experienced in the first years of Independence, the thirds wanted to involve the country in the international conflicts so that always be present here and dictate their rules. But Korea, together with few other countries from the first day of relations has shown respect to mutual interests and friendship… And of course, for t...


IS THE TURKISH DEFENCE INDUSTRY READY FOR SHANGHAI?(29.12.2016)

Is the Turkish Defence Industry Ready for Shanghai?

Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is a rising star in the East. While its development has similarities with the European Union, it also has its own exclusive peculiarities. Both the People's Republic of China and Russia have experienced ideological issues and faced with border violations after World War II. After the end of Cold War however, both countries have realised that the barren rivalry between the two hurt both of them the same. With the structuring they made in 1996, the People's Republic of China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan has announced themselves to the world as the Shanghai Five. The Shanghai Five emerged as a reaction to ...


DORMANT SEPARATISM OR ETHNO-POLITICAL SMARTNESS? PROFILING THE KARAKALPAK ETHNONATIONAL AGENDA(25.10.2015)

Dormant separatism or ethno-political smartness? Profiling the Karakalpak ethnonational agenda

Tracing the KarakalpaksIt is a commonplace for analysts and academics to mention the artificiality of the five post-soviet Central Asia “stans”: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. And although that commonplace bears truth it must be perceived with caution since not all “stans” have the same degree of artificiality.In the aftermath of the Civil War between the Red and the White forces, Moscow was still threatened by separatist movements in Central Asia and in the Caucasus. The remnants of the I Caucasus Emirate, led by Uzun Haji, with its capital in Vedeno (Chechnya), still tormented Moscow but the most serious threat came from the Pan...


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