Violence in the Karakalpakstan region of Uzbekistan demonstrates the growing need for international intervention.
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Was Kazakhstan’s “Bloody January” a Symptom of Putin-Gone-Rogue?
Putin’s war on democracy played a role in the CSTO’s decision to deploy troops in Kazakhstan. With the invasion of Ukraine, did experts miss early signs of Putin’s resolve to act on threats?
Human rights concerns in Tajikistan demand international response￼
Worsening human rights conditions place a new spotlight on the country.
The decades-long fight over Nagorno-Karabakh has reignited
Discord between Armenia and Azerbaijan has intensified, begging a coordinated international response.