U.S. Central Command chief James Mattis met with Uzbek President Islam Karimov to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
A new study by a Yale University economist suggests that the language you speak can have an impact on your long-term well-being by affecting how you think about saving money, smoking, exercise, and even obesity.
Uzbekistan says it will halt natural gas deliveries to its energy-starved neighbor, Tajikistan, starting next month.
What do you get when you put together a gum-chewing U.S. diplomat, a septuagenarian Central Asian dictator, and a giant public celebration of the New Year?
Uzbekistan's parliament has moved back the country's presidential polls from December 2014 to the first half of 2015.
A new U.S. report predicts that increasing water scarcity and other water-related problems could trigger conflicts between countries and lead to the failure of states in the coming decades.
A prominent Uzbek cleric who survived an apparent assassination attempt last month remains in grave condition, according to his son, who says the family has "strong suspicions" about who was behind the attack.
Uzbek authorities recently accused millions of pensioners of receiving inflated pension payments and demanded that they hand the money back.
Russia, Central Asia, and the Caucasus could reap a bonanza in transit fees as NATO brings home materiel from Afghanistan.
An annual U.S. government report is adding U.S. ally Turkey as well as Tajikistan to a list of the worst violators of religious rights.
Cat owners from Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan gathered in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, on March 18 to show off their prized pets.
The man whose alleged testimony sparked a terrorism warning across Europe in 2010 goes on trial in Germany.