Uzbekistan's role in overcoming climate challenges
Today, a serious challenge to sustainable development and international security are the negative consequences of climate change. The severity of this problem is evidenced by the fact that this issue is being raised more and more often and with even greater urgency from the UN rostrum.
Central Asian countries are gradually developing a sustainable architecture of regional cooperation
The Consultative Meeting of the Heads of Central Asian States, held on September 14 in Dushanbe, had literal historical and political significance.
ISRS Director took part in the Central Asian Security and Cooperation Forum
On July 13-14, Astana hosted the Central Asian Security and Cooperation Forum on “Asia in the Changing World: Agenda for the Future”, organized by the Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies (KazISS) under the President of Kazakhstan.
ISRS Director: Contacts between Uzbek and Italian peoples have a centuries-old tradition of diplomatic, trade, economic and cultural ties
On May 31 this year, a delegation of Uzbekistan's leading research and analytical centres met with the Italian Mediterranean Institute for Asia and Africa (ISMAA) in Rome.
Akramjon Nematov: Uzbekistan is interested in building up mutually beneficial cooperation with the EU
The working visit of a group of experts from Uzbekistan, consisting of representatives of the ISRS, IFMR and the Development Strategy Center, to Germany continues.
ISRS Experts: The Samarkand summit lays a new architecture of cooperation in the OTS space
The Samarkand summit lays a new architecture of cooperation in the OTS space. This conclusion was reached in an analytical article submitted to the “Dunyo” IA by Akramjon Nematov, First Deputy Director of the Institute for Strategic and Regional Studies under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Sarvar Kamolov, Chief research fellow.
First Deputy Director of ISRS Akramjon Nematov: The Samarkand Initiative is a concentrated expression of Mirziyoyev's political “doctrine”
“The Samarkand Solidarity Initiative for Common Security and Prosperity put forward by President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev can be honestly called a key initiative that has received extensive support by all the members of the Organization and was articulated in the final part of the Summit outcomes - the Samarkand Declaration” said the First Deputy Director of the Institute for Strategic and Regional Studies (ISRS) under the Head of our state Akramjon Nematov for “Dunyo” Information agency.
Cooperation between Uzbekistan and Turkey brought to a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership level
At the invitation of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, President of the Republic of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in our country on an official visit on March 29.
The Tashkent Conference is an important contribution to the consolidation of the efforts of the international community in the fight against terrorism
Tashkent hosted a high-level international conference on “Regional cooperation of Central Asian countries within the framework of the Joint Action Plan for the Implementation of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy”.
New Horizons of Cooperation Between Uzbekistan and the European Union
Uzbekistan is on the eve of an important political event - the presidential elections in the country. This major political event was launched at the meeting of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan, which took place on July 23, 2021.
For Uzbekistan, relations with the EU now and in the future remain the most critical element of its foreign policy strategy, writes Eldor Aripov, on the eve of its presidential elections.
Uzbekistan is on the eve of an important political event – presidential elections. The election campaign is in full swing, and it is taking place in a new political atmosphere.
Youth is a strategic resource of Uzbek society
Youth is a resource of key social and cultural patterns of change in contemporary civilisation and culture.
Uzbekistan: The issues in improving the religious policy regulation system
oday one of the key directions of the reform strategy is liberalisation of the state policy in the sphere of religion, development of the culture of tolerance and humanity...
Uzbekistan stands for joining the efforts of the SCO to prevent a protracted crisis in Afghanistan
Nowadays, one of the key issues on the international agenda is the situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban came to power.
Uzbekistan takes systemic measures to mitigate effects of climate change
Nowadays climate change is one of the main challenges of our time. Its consequences are global and unprecedented in scale. Experts predict a further increase in global warming trends, entailing a complex of interrelated problems of food, environmental, water, energy and, ultimately, economic security, writes Marat Aitov, Head of department for the Institute for Strategic and Regional Studies under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
ISRS Expert: Issues of the climate agenda in the center of attention of Uzbekistan
Marat Aitov, Head of department of the Institute for Strategic and Regional Studies under the President of Uzbekistan in his analytical note “Issues of the climate agenda in the center of attention of Uzbekistan”...
Central Asia - an exemplary model for a sustainably and steadily developing region
Turkmenistan hosted the third Consultative Meeting of the Heads of State of Central Asia, in which all leaders of the countries of the region took part.
The principle of President of Uzbekistan regarding the stabilization of Afghanistan - "from instability and destruction to peace and creation" - determines the logic of joint regional cooperation in the Afghan direction
The recent dynamic development of the situation in Afghanistan has attracted the attention of the entire international community. On the one hand, the ongoing peace talks in Qatar between the Afgan government and the Taliban may end the long-standing conflict and give rise to an era of peaceful and constructive development of the country.
Uzbekistan's strategy for building greater trans-regional connectivity
With the election of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Uzbekistan has embarked on an open, proactive, pragmatic and constructive foreign policy aimed at creating a space of mutually beneficial cooperation, stability and sustainable development in Central Asia.
Uzbekistan’s strategy to build greater trans-regional connectivity
With the election of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Uzbekistan took a course towards pursuing an open, proactive, pragmatic and constructive foreign policy in order to create an area of mutually beneficial cooperation, stability and sustainable development in Central Asia. The new approaches of official Tashkent found comprehensive support in all the capitals of Central Asia, which became the basis for positive changes in the region.