U.S. Relations to Uzbekistan: a Double Standard or Second Class Treatment?

Testimony Testimony before the House Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Government Operations
The story of the U.S. relationship with Uzbekistan is a sad one, characterized by misunderstandings and miscues on both sides.
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On June 14, 2007, Carnegie senior associate, Martha Olcott, testified before members of the House Foreign Relations Committee.  Her testimony focused on human rights and relations between the U.S. and Uzbekistan. 






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