The Great Uzbekistan War-game


The massacre in May has been forgotten; it’s almost never talked about anymore. There are many reasons for this. The first is linked to the role assumed by the country as regional stabiliser, a fact that showers it with the sympathies and support not merely of the ex-Soviet areas but
also of Westerners. While the others are closely tied to the big business that is developing with Russia and China and…

The massacre in May has been forgotten; it’s almost never talked about anymore. There are many reasons for this. The first is linked to the role assumed by the country as regional stabiliser, a fact that showers it with the sympathies and support not merely of the ex-Soviet areas but
also of Westerners. While the others are closely tied to the big business that is developing with Russia and China and…

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