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  • Uzbekistan and NATO: Uneasy Partnership

    15.01.2018 | E-Bulletin | International Relations | 106 Dauren Aben

    Uzbekistan has been developing bilateral relations with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) since 1992 through the North Atlantic Cooperation Council established in December 1991 and renamed as the Euro-Atlantic Partner-ship Council in 1997. In July 1994, Uzbekistan signed a framework document of NATO’s Partnership for Peace (PfP) program, and its PfP membership was activated in August 1995 when Tashkent signed a security agreement with NATO.

    Tags: NATO, Uzbekistan, International Relations


  • Senior Research fellow

    Dauren Aben

    Dauren Aben holds a Master’s in International Relations from Kainar University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, and a Master’s in International Policy Studies and certificates in nonproliferation studies, conflict resolution, and commercial diplomacy from the California-based Monterey Inst