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After Kazakhstan, the Color Revolution Era Is Over
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After Kazakhstan, the Color Revolution Era Is Over
January 14, 2022

What happened in Kazakhstan increasingly looks like a US – Turkish – British – Israeli – led coup d’etat attempt foiled dramatically by their Eurasian adversaries

Kazakhstan… Putting the Xinjiang in Context
January 12, 2022

As America continues to bleat on about human rights in China, it supports and promotes the head-choppers to whom it has granted a franchise, Eamon McKinney writes.

Kazakhstan… Putting the Xinjiang in Context
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U.S. Must Stay Out of Kazakhstan’s Troubles
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U.S. Must Stay Out of Kazakhstan’s Troubles
January 12, 2022

There’s great temptation for Washington to get involved, says Anatol Lieven, whether it be driven by the pro-democracy industry or to cause trouble for Russia and China.

The Worse the Better – How Twitter Views Kazakhstan
January 9, 2022

Do the McFauls and Ilveses truly believe that it would be better for Kazakhstan if the Russians and CSTO didn’t help restore order and the state collapsed? There’s a very real danger of at best anarchy and at worst civil war. How would that help anybody?

The Worse the Better – How Twitter Views Kazakhstan
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Kazakhstan: Another Western-Ordered ‘Maidan’ in the Making?
Security
Kazakhstan: Another Western-Ordered ‘Maidan’ in the Making?
January 9, 2022

Nur-Sultan’s greatest challenge is removing self-interested foreign elements that are agitating on behalf of regional chaos.

Kazakh Chaos on Cue Ahead of Crunch Russia-U.S. Security Negotiations
January 7, 2022

The events have an unerring similarity to U.S.-sponsored regime-change operations that have taken place in other nations.

Kazakh Chaos on Cue Ahead of Crunch Russia-U.S. Security Negotiations
Editorial
Is Kazakhstan the Victim of a Color Revolution?
Security
Is Kazakhstan the Victim of a Color Revolution?
January 7, 2022

Kazakhstan is potentially a watered down version of the Ukrainian Crisis, Tim Kirby writes.

Made-in-the-USA Kazakhstan Violence?
January 6, 2022

Time and again when destabilizing events happen on the world stage, hegemon USA’s dirty hands are involved. On January 2, violence erupted in Kazakh cities — including the country’s largest, Almaty, and its capital, Nur-Sultan.

Made-in-the-USA Kazakhstan Violence?
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