An Obscure Central Asian Country Comes Into its Own
Driven by benefits of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Uzbekistan profits
Countries other than ill-deserving small oil-rich states which have benefited from the consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are few and far between. But one of the least discussed states in Asia may be one of them. It is Uzbekistan.
At first glance, it might seem surprising that a doubly-landlocked state which was once close to being the poorest …
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