Contents: (1) Most Recent Developments; (2) Historical Background; (3) Overview of U.S. Policy Concerns: Post-9/11 and Afghanistan; Support for Oper. Iraqi Freedom; (4) Fostering Pro-Western Orientations: RussiaAis Role; (5) Obstacles to Peace and Independence: Regional Tensions and Conflicts: The 1992-1997 Civil War in Tajikistan; The Incursions into Kyrgyzstan; Attacks in Uzbekistan; The 2005 Violence in Andijon, Uzbekistan; The Summer 2009 Suicide Bombings and Attacks in Uzbekistan; Actions of the IMU and IJU in Pakistan and Afghanistan; Actions of the IMU and IJU in Germany and Elsewhere; (6) Human Rights and Democratization; (7) Security and Arms Control; (8) Trade and Invest.; Energy Resources; (9) U.S. Aid; (10) Legislation.... the replacement of most tents and the building of aircraft maintenance, medical , and other facilities.80 On February 3, 2009, ... The United States was notified on February 19, 2009, that under the terms of the status of forces agreement it had 180 ... the government decided to conclude the annually renewable a intergovernmental agreement with the United States on ... Central Asian states had signed agreements with NATO to permit the transit of supplies to Afghanistan (see below).83anbsp;...
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