Daniel Rosenblum, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Central Asia, talks to VOA Uzbek. The interview starts with a question on the latest developments in Uzbekistan, where President Islam Karimov remains in critical condition following a stroke. The conversation was taped early on Monday, Aug 29, 2016.
US Ambassador to Uzbekistan Pamela Spratlen reflects on her first year in Tashkent and discusses several critical issues, including Congressional restrictions on Uzbekistan, forced labor and the Cotton Campaign, business and economy, educational opportunities, and the critical role media play.
In a special interview with VOA's Navbahor Imamova, US Ambassador to Uzbekistan Pamela Spratlen reflected on her first year in Tashkent and discussed several critical issues, including Congressional restrictions on Uzbekistan, forced labor and the Cotton Campaign, business and economy, educational opportunities, and the critical role media play.
AQSh va Yevropa Ittifoqining Markaziy Osiyoga nisbatan siyosati bugungacha nima samara berdi? Mintaqa kelajagida yirik qo’shnilar, jumladan, Xitoy qanchalik rol o’ynaydi? Shotlandiyaning Glazgo universitetida Markaziy Osiyo bo’yicha professor, italyan olim Luka Ancheski bilan suhbatdamiz.
The latest report by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington argues that the United States needs to adjust its relations with Central Asian states. Navbahor Imamova, Voice of America's Uzbek Service, sat down with Paul Stronski, one of the authors of this report.
Kyrgyzstan is sometimes referred to as the Switzerland of Central Asia because of its mountainous terrain and cool climate. But experts are increasingly worried about environmental problems and pollution in the country.