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Western coverage has reduced these Russian dissidents to more familiar narratives of youthful rebellion or damsels in distress, missing their entire point and adopting Moscow's own language.
Gulnara "Googoosha" Karimova, whose father rules Uzbekistan with an iron fist, wants to be a Western-style celebrity, but a despot's daughter still can't have it all.
Google's translation tool has the power to open up parts of the world we don't understand well -- if it just had the right languages.
Algorithms are shaping how we see the world around us, with big consequences. What a machine thinks we need to know can become what we fear.
The country's decision to block the Uzbek-language wiki may be more about showmanship and nationalism than controlling information.
The region has its share of dictatorships and protesters, but there's something ironic about the too-eager comparisons to the Middle East.
The life and tragic death of Uzbek woman Gulsumoy Abdujalilova turned out to be fake, but her meaning for dissident movements in closed societies like Uzbekistan's is all too real