An ambitious infrastructure project in Afghanistan risks exacerbating scarcities in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
The presidential vote is likely to quietly legitimise the incumbent and consolidate his position.
Communities gather to prepare sweetmeats, spring clean their neighbourhoods and play equestrian games.
Women who dream of taking on combat disciplines have to first defy conservative traditions.
Protests against the land swaps the agreement entails have led to a heavy-handed response.
Trial of 22 defendants enters final stages amid concerns of bias and lack of transparency.
Experts warn that unresolved questions of national self-determination and social problems need to be treated sensitively.
Moscow’s war in Ukraine is polarising public opinion in the Central Asian country.
Despite the head of state’s supposed backing of courageous journalism, harassment continues apace.
Remittances from those working abroad make up a key part of the country’s economy.