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This article is concerned with understanding the durability of the political system that emerged in Uzbekistan through the course of its independence under its first president, Islam Karimov. I argue that the concept of patronal presidentialism developed by Henry Hale can be used to explain the

In: Central Asian Affairs

Families Sabiha Yeasmin Rosy and Fatemeh Nejati 229–250 Kazakhstan in World War II: Authors and Publishers of Post-1991 History Textbooks Berikbol Dukeyev 251–272 Authoritarian Regime Stability in Uzbekistan under Patronal President Islam Karimov Bekzod Zakirov 273–296 BOOK DISCUSSION Rustamjon

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seven years, the maximum age limit was cancelled, and any limitation on the number of terms was not introduced. In 2015, Uzbekistan’s president Islam Karimov began his third term in office even though, under the Constitution, presidential terms are limited to two consecutive terms. His third term was

In: Legislating for Equality

Society Foundations, USA michael.hall@opensocietyfoundations.org Bagila Bukharbayeva’s The Vanishing Generation: Faith and Uprising in Modern Uzbekistan follows the trajectory of Islamic dissidence and opposition under the rule of Uzbekistan’s dictatorial leader, Islam Karimov, from the latter days of

) coordinating greening activities within its territory. 14 Mahallas also have the support of the President of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov. ‘Self-governing bodies [which include mahallas] are our future’ 8 Id. 9 See S. Mahmudbekov, ‘The Year of the Prosperous Neighborhood is an Important Stage for Civil Society

In: Helsinki Monitor
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country's regional leadership. In stark con- trast, the model indicates that longtime strongman, Uzbek President Islam Karimov, perceived his power base to be strengthening vis-a-vis the regional elites, who readily caved in to the President's goals at an early date. This has given rise to one of Central

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, Uzbek President Islam Karimov, perceived his power base to be strengthening vis-a-vis the regional elites, who readily caved in to the President's goals at an early date. This has given rise to one of Central Asia's most repressive regimes (only Turkmenia's is more pervasive). In the Kazakh Republic

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

’s dictatorial leader, Islam Karimov, from the latter days of the Soviet Union through Karimov’s death in 2016, with a particular focus on telling the stories of those individuals and communities who were caught up in the Karimov regime’s increasingly repressive approach to those who dared espouse dissenting

In: Central Asian Affairs

Data: Central Asia.” data.adb.org/dataset/asian-development-outlook-ado-2020-chart-data-cen tral-asia. Accessed August 12th 2021. Akhal-Tech Collective. “Uzbekistan’s Late President Islam Karimov Leaves an Enduring and Terrifying Legacy.” Global Voices, Creative Commons Attribution, 27 Sept. 2016

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: Central Asia.” data.adb.org/dataset/asian-development-outlook-ado-2020-chart-data-cen tral-asia. Accessed August 12th 2021 . Akhal-Tech Collective. “Uzbekistan’s Late President Islam Karimov Leaves an Enduring and Terrifying Legacy.” Global Voices , Creative Commons Attribution, 27 Sept. 2016

In: Central Asian Affairs