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Obama Administration Human Rights Silence In Central Asia Is Called Into Question

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As the United States re-fortifies its presence in Central Asia -- planting military bases and extending supply lines to neighboring Afghanistan -- many observers are asking if Washington's human rights agenda will take a backseat to a more steely-eyed realpolitik.

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