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.
Director of ISMI speaks about the goals and objectives of the CIS International Expert Forum on Information Security
Recently it became known that on 29 June 2021, the CIS International Expert Forum on Information Security Issues will be held. For details, we turned to the director of the Institute for Strategic and Interregional Studies under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Eldor Aripov.
Experience of Uzbekistan in the fight against terrorism and international cooperation
The problem of countering terrorism does not lose its relevance during a pandemic. On the contrary, the epidemiological crisis of unprecedented scale that gripped the whole world and affected all spheres of public life and economic activity revealed a number of problems that create fertile ground for the spread of ideas of violent extremism and terrorism.
ISRS expert: The revival of the Aral Sea region is possible only through joint efforts
“Today, there is a growing understanding in the world that the negative changes associated with the Aral Sea catastrophe pose a serious threat not only to the countries of Central Asia, but also to sustainable development on a global scale” - said Nozim Khasanov, Chief Researcher of ISRS under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, in an analytical article “The revival of the Aral Sea region is possible only through joint efforts”.
ISMI expert: The Aral Sea region becomes a zone of environmental innovations and technologies
Over the past years, under the leadership of the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, comprehensive measures of unprecedented scale and significance have been carried out in the field of solving environmental problems. Measures to solve problems associated with the consequences of the drying up of the Aral Sea are outlined as the most important priorities in this direction.
Consolidated and predictable Central Asia becomes more attractive in economic and investment terms
Central Asia has undergone a radical transformation in recent years. The positive trends observed in the region have affected almost all spheres - from political and economic to cultural and humanitarian. The formation of a new political climate in Central Asia is evidenced by the increased contacts between heads of state, the growth of trade volumes, and the implementation of large joint projects.
Tashkent and Moscow - time-tested friends, strategic partners and allies
Expanding multifaceted interaction with the Russian Federation is one of the most important strategic directions of Uzbekistan’s foreign policy. These days, the countries mark the 29th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations.
Key priorities of Uzbekistan for the comprehensive development of transport corridors in Central Asia
Over the past 4 years, Uzbekistan under the leadership of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has been carrying out systemic reforms aimed at liberalizing and modernizing the national economy, ensuring its sustainable development and consistent integration into world economic relation
Uzbekistan – Indian partnership is an integral part of global and regional processes
Traditionally Uzbekistan considers India as a close, strategic partner, with which cooperation has recently acquired a multifaceted and long-term character.
The Uzbek model of poverty reduction and the experience of China
In the context of the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, one of the global and intractable problems of the modern world is poverty. It has a negative impact, both on the quality of life of the population, and on the social, economic and political side of the functioning of any state.
Malaysia as Uzbekistan’s Key Partner in Southeast Asia
The proactive and pragmatic foreign policy of Uzbekistan is based on the principles of mutual respect and consideration of common interests. This policy line contributes to the expansion of symbiotic and multifaceted cooperation with both international organisations and the countries of near and far abroad.
Mazar-i-Sharif - Peshawar: a corridor to the new future of Central and South Asia
On 2 February 2021, a landmark event for the future of Afghanistan and the entire region took place in Tashkent.
Tashkent International Conference on Afghanistan became the starting point in the process of launching the inter-Afghan peace process
The long-awaited intra-Afghan negotiations on the establishment of peace and stability in Afghanistan started in Qatar. The meeting of the IRA government delegation with the Taliban in Doha has already been called "A historic opportunity for peace in Afghanistan".
Key foreign policy priorities of a renewed Uzbekistan
Committed to the development of mutually beneficial relations with all foreign partners, Uzbekistan concentrates its main foreign policy efforts on the most important areas identified in the Strategy of Actions for five priority areas of development of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021.
Uzbekistan - Japan: traditional friendship and mutually beneficial cooperation
Despite the coronavirus pandemic continuing to change the international landscape, there is a strengthening of multifaceted cooperation in relations between Uzbekistan and Japan, which meets the strategic interests of the two countries.
The essence and significance of strategic cooperation of Uzbekistan and Turkey
In the past three years proactive, open and pragmatic foreign policy of Uzbekistan, based on the principles of mutual respect and consideration of interests of partner states, has significantly contributed to the deepening and expanding mutually beneficial and multifaceted cooperation with countries of the near and far abroad, and international organizations.
New Political Dynamism in Central Asia: Security Issues and Prospects for Regional Cooperation
The article examines the issues of regional security and prospects of cooperation between the countries of Central Asia in the context of a new world order. As factors of sustainable development and security, the author considers the following issues...
Uzbekistan – Germany: a wide range of cooperation
The official visit of the President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Germany in January 2019 can be considered as one of the key foreign policy events of this year in terms of further enhancement of Uzbekistan’s multifaceted relations on the international area.