The Prospects of Think Tanks in Uzbekistan

Khilola Islomovna Mustapova, Jamshid Abdurashidovich Aramov


Today we are living in the globalized world. There are many problems we face that, all these problems can not be solved solely by government institutions. These issues may be dealt with by civil society organizations as well as non-governmental institutions. Think tanks become indispensable for all parts of the society and state. The article analyzes the importance of think tanks as well as the role of think tanks and their prospects in Uzbekistan.


Think Tank; RAND Corporation; Civil Society; Chatham House; The Club of Rome

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