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Dean C.K. Cox

Uzbekistan: Fearful Silence Is Andijan Massacre’s Legacy

In many ways, Kalmar is an archetypal Swedish settlement with a picture-postcard...

Uzbekistan: Glitz & Kitsch Turn Off Tourists in Bukhara

After nightfall in Bukhara, floodlights illuminate the madrassas, mosques, and century-old buildings...

Kyrgyzstan: Time Not Healing Wounds at Osh Bazaar

It was a local Uzbek reporter and friend who accompanied me to...

Uzbekistan: Bukhara's Jewish Community Could Disappear Within Decade

As the temperature in the shade finally dipped below 40 degrees Celsius, a...

Uzbekistan Photo: Camel Riding in Bukhara

A boy plays on a camel sculpture while families and tourists gather...

Uzbekistan Photo: A Royal Review

With family members watching, soldiers are awarded certificates and are dismissed from...

Uzbekistan Photo: Superheroes to the Rescue

Armed with a plastic AK-47 gun and a walkie-talkie, Uzbek boys donning...

Uzbekistan Photo: Summer in the Park

Uzbek school kids enjoy their summer break by taking photos at the...

Interview 180: The European Union's Role in Central Asia

Michael Emerson is a Senior Research Fellow at the Brussels-based Centre for...

Interview 180 Transcript: Michael Emerson

Michael Emerson is a Senior Research Fellow at the Brussels-based Centre for...

Kazakhstan: High Rollers Hit Kaz Vegas, A Far Cry from Las Vegas

It was supposed to be the Las Vegas of Central Asia, a...

Kazakhstan: Keeping the Presses Rolling

It’s 7 pm on a Thursday night and the editorial staff of...

Taking Flight

Boys feed pigeons near a bust of Kazakh poet Zhambyl Zhabayev in...

High on Her Horse

The sun sets across Almaty's Republic Square, where equestrian statues of girls...

Celebrating That Spring has Sprung

Almaty, the cultural and business center of Kazakhstan, celebrated the spring festival...

From the Farm to the Table

Inside a container truck a butcher slices and chops cuts of pork...

Photo of the Week: March 18, 2011

With the call to evening prayer echoing across the Kazakh southeastern city...

Who Says Girls Can't Throw

A girl pelts a classmate with a snowball during a school lunch...

Interview 180: Comparing Oil Strategies in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan

As an economist studying the relationship between oil companies and governments in...

At Full Gallop in the Pankisi

Here's a great short video story shot recently by Vladimir Lozinski about...

Photo of the Week: Nov. 5, 2010

With horns blaring, a convoy of cars belonging to a wedding party...

Kyrgyzstan: Quiet Flows the Fuel to Manas

Three to four times a day, every day, cargo trains carrying thousands...

The Washing of Water

Tourists visit the crashing waterfall at the Church of St. Simon the...

Photo of the Week: Oct. 29, 2010

Men cast for fish in the Black Sea near a grounded ship...

Staying Off the Bar Behind the Bars

Men play backgammon on early Sunday evening at a bus station in...

Photo of the Week: Oct. 15, 2010

Passengers wait for their flight to Bishkek inside the departure sitting-room of...

Kyrgyzstan: Protests as Party Questions Result

Kyrgyzstan's experiment with pluralistic democratic rule faltered on October 12 when one...

Photo of the Week: Oct. 8, 2010

Young girls dressed in traditional Kyrgyz outfits wait to take the stage...

Kyrgyzstan: Internal Migrants Lack Voting Papers

Sitting in her living room with walls covered by traditional carpets and...

Election Campaign Protests Gather Steam in Kyrgyzstan

Security officials guard a protest rally at the headquarters of the Ata-Jurt...

Striding Toward a New Parliament

Pedestrians stroll past peeling campaign posters in central Bishkek. Kyrgyz voters go...

Justyna Mielnikiewicz in Perpignan

EurasiaNet contributing photojournalist and documentary photographer Justyna Mielnikiewicz will have an exhibition...

Tribute to Alexander Klimchuk

Georgian photojournalist Alexander "Sasha" Klimchuk, 27, was killed on the evening of...

Rena Effendi Featured on The Guardian

Freelance photojournalist and documentary photographer Rena Effendi, who is a frequent EurasiaNet...

Book Release: Istanbul Eats

A new food and photo book called "Istanbul Eats: Exploring the Culinary...

Preview: Oil Wrestling in Turkey

Tomorrow we will post a beautifully shot audio slideshow of an ancient...

Neolithic Site in Eastern Turkey Hints at Birth of Agriculture

High atop the Anatolian Plain near the border with Syria a rare...