Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan
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  • During the Cold War Russia would not move any Russians or minorities to Uzbekistan. It became known as the least Russified country that was under the control of Russia.
  • From the 1950s to the 1980s Uzbekistan's cotton production grew leaps and bound. One of the side effects of it was that 9/10 of the Aral Sea was drained due to irrigation.
  • The chief of the communist party, Sharaf Rashidov, started to promote ethnic Uzbeks in the government. He also falsified cotton production numbers to keep up with the demand of Russia.
  • In 1989 Sharaf is ousted as the leader over controversies involving falsified cotton production numbers. Islam Karimov is appointed as the leader of the communist party.
  • In 1990 Uzbekistan declares economic and political independence and the president of Uzbekistan supports an anti-Gorbachev coup. In 1991 Uzbekistan declares full independence from the Soviet Union.
  • “Uzbekistan Profile - Timeline.” BBC News, BBC, 8 May 2018, www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-16218972.
  • Smith, David Roger, et al. “Uzbekistan.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 7 Mar. 2019, www.britannica.com/place/Uzbekistan.
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