Vladimir Putin seems to have run out of patience with the administration.
In Kyrgyzstan’s Fergana Valley, ethnic strife, corruption, and poverty collide in the country’s ongoing fight against extremism.
Kazakhstan — Central Asia’s most stable state — is waking up to the fact that Islamic extremism has planted its roots and is here to stay.
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.
Important details begin to emerge about the 22-year-old suicide bomber.
No group has claimed credit for the attack and Russia isn’t blaming terrorism yet.
But wait, there’s more!
The fall of the Soviet Union passes a prisoner by.
Moscow has had a monopoly on Russian-language media — until now.
The Trump administration’s narrow focus on fighting the Islamic State could see human rights take a back seat as Washington embraces unsavory allies.
And all he needs is for the tiny island nation of Kiribati to sign on the dotted line.
A conflict over Eastern Europe’s fraught World War II history is just the kind of self-inflicted wound Moscow is hoping for.