The Islamic State has ramped up its Russian-language recruitment.
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.
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.
Uzbekistan’s dictator is dead, but his brutal efforts to crush Islamist extremism leave a long and ugly legacy. And Washington will be left cleaning up the mess.
The tyrant of Uzbekistan assassinated his enemies, jailed anyone who spoke against him, and crushed human rights. Why did America so willingly look the other way?
For years, the five ex-Soviet republics have enjoyed surprising stability. But Russia’s economic crisis is shaking their foundations.
Ten years after a massacre that shocked the world, the regime of Islam Karimov is still in power -- and as brutal as ever.
Uzbekistan’s president has jailed, tortured, and murdered his opponents at home. Now, he’s hiring hit men to track down and kill dissidents abroad.
Uzbekistan's dictatorial leader is headed for yet another election victory Sunday.