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Photo of the Day: Handmade Treasures in Uzbekistan

A row of handmade dolls line a market stall in Bukhara, Uzbekistan on October 1, 2012. (erh1103/Flickr)
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A row of handmade dolls line a market stall in Bukhara, Uzbekistan on October 1, 2012. (erh1103/Flickr)

Photo of the Day: The Ark of Bukhara

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The Ark of Bukhara ruins of a 5th-century (CE) fort in Uzbekistan, on June 23, 2011. (Javier Martin Espartosa/Flickr)

Interview: Tyler Palma Captures Daily Life in Uzbekistan [Photos]

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Tyler Palma, a Tokyo-based photographer, captures a range of scenes from Uzbekistan, from a historic Samarkand monument to ordinary village life.

Interview: Thomas Gouttierre on Early U.S. Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan

Afghan men walk past by U.S. soldiers in Ghazni province on February 2, 2012. (Aref Yaqubi/AFP/Getty Images)
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Afghanistan expert and Asia Society Associate Fellow Thomas Gouttierre says non-military job creation is key to a successful exit for the U.S. military in Afghanistan.

Where in Asia? Take Our Satellite Imagery Test

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We've chosen 20 satellite images of interesting landmarks throughout the Asia-Pacific region. How many can you name?

2011: On the U.S. Campaign Trail, a Deficit of Diplomacy

Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain made headlines for the wrong reasons with his
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The U.S. presidential campaign heated up in 2011, as Americans ready themselves to vote in November 2012. While the current fiscal environment demands candidates focus on domestic economic challenges and solutions, in our interdependent world, foreign policy has to take a top spot on the list of presidential priorities. Unfortunately, election season is rife with fire and brimstone foreign policy rhetoric, attempting to engage voters at the detriment of diplomacy.

Photo of the Day: Games at Dusk, Uzbekistan

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Boys play a game at dusk in Bukhara, Uzbekistan in September 2010.(Tyler Palma /Flickr)

Lawsuit in French Court Shows Uzbekistan Mindful of Its Image

Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov addresses UN headquarters in New York on Sept. 20, 2010. A lawsuit currently in French courts reveals Karimov's family to be sensitive about his being referred to as a
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The word "dictator" sets off a fit of pique on an international stage. 

Pakistan Retaliates Against NATO Strikes

A Pakistani firefighter prepares to extinguish burning NATO supplies oil tankers following the gunmen attack on the outside of Islamabad on October 4, 2010. (Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images)
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Bernard Schwartz Fellow Philip Shishkin weighs in on the growing problems with US supply lines and tensions with Pakistan.