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Mass Atrocity Monday, 2/1/2016

Greetings, Justice in Conflict readers.

For those who don’t know me, I’m a political scientist and former human rights lawyer, currently based at Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation. 764 more words

Islam Karimov

Day 13: Khiva Chronicles

The road north up to the Uzbek border was full of potholes. Moritz was at the wheel for the first 2.5 hours and let’s just say he likes to drive fast. 1,245 more words

Travel

Tico Tuk-Tuk

Lord Venal is constantly roaming the world in search of new business opportunities. On a recent visit to Sihanoukville, Cambodia, he finally found a use for his garage of Uz-Daewoo Ticos – some innovative Cambodians have taken the body of the Tico and fitted a raised platform to the back of the car creating the Tico tuk- tuk! 115 more words

Central Asia

Svetlana? Svetlana? Where Did You Go????

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Tim Braun

Persecution Update: Central Asia

This week I wrote about several former Soviet republics and worsening persecution there. 87 more words

My Journalism

#SFGTop100 Asia – 17. Igor Sergeev

Words by Tom Danicek

Coming off the back of the 2013 U-20 World Cup, there existed a rare consensus: Javshid Iskanderov was to be the future difference-maker for Uzbekistan and Igor Sergeev the capable feeder on his skills, who altogether doesn’t offer much on his own beyond some instinctive work in the penalty area. 458 more words

Asia