On Contradictoriness of Russian-Uzbek Relationships in Military and Political Sphere

DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2013-6-66-74

V. Evseev, Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO RAN), 23 Profsoyuznaya Str., Moscow, 117997, Russian Federation (vlad.evseev@gmail.com).

Abstract. The author analyzes the dynamics of Russian-Uzbek cooperation in military and political sphere in the last 20 years. The article emphasizes Tashkent’s striving for the regional leadership, which in context of close cooperation between Moscow and Astana makes bilateral relationship with Uzbekistan more complicated. Having undertaken a study, the author argues that every new step of rapprochement between Tashkent and Washington inevitably worsens Russian-Uzbek relations. The process may also be evaluated by the degree of Uzbekistan’s involvement in CSTO activities.

Keywords: Central Asia, Uzbekistan, Russia, USA, CSTO, CRRF, Andijon, NATO

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For citation:
Evseev V. On Contradictoriness of Russian-Uzbek Relationships in Military and Political Sphere. World Eonomy and International Relations, 2013, No 6, pp. 66-74. https://doi.org/10.20542/0131-2227-2013-6-66-74

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