The Islamic State has ramped up its Russian-language recruitment.
In Kyrgyzstan’s Fergana Valley, ethnic strife, corruption, and poverty collide in the country’s ongoing fight against extremism.
A new report from Human Rights Watch and Uzbek activists alleges the continued use of forced and child labor in harvesting the Central Asian country’s cotton crop.
The Central Asian country built a futuristic city to host the World's Fair and polish its own brand. One small problem: it forgot to invite guests.
The Stanley McChrystal — and the war in Afghanistan — I knew is not at all like what you’ll see on Netflix.
And four other questions the President's team needs to answer before expanding America’s longest war.
Important details begin to emerge about the 22-year-old suicide bomber.
A make-or-break moment for a troubled economy.
The Trump administration’s narrow focus on fighting the Islamic State could see human rights take a back seat as Washington embraces unsavory allies.
For the first time in 25 years, Uzbekistan has a new president -- and he's left fixing a host of economic and political problems.
This Uzbek mayor is threatening to publish names of couples who seek divorce.
Interim President Shavkat Mirziyoyev's most challenging task is navigating Uzbekistan’s complex, and often turbulent, foreign relations.