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Kazakhstan, Chevron, US and Russia


If Kazakhstan were not a major oil producer, the world would not be paying much attention to their protests. We have multiple players. The government is dictatorial and corrupt and allied with Russia. Wealth inequality hurts the people, particularly in the provinces. Chevron is the major oil producer. The US and UK want to expand Western influence. Putin wants to expand his influence.

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38 recommended articles and videos in the "Kazakhstan, Chevron, US and Russia" category.
1.  Using the Law to Advance Oppression: How Kazakhstan Presents a Veneer of Due Process to Silence Opposition  

2022-02-14


View In: Kazakhstan, Chevron, US and Russia
The Kazakhstan Parliament recently approved a draft law—theoretically designed to protect children and prevent cyberbullying. But, in practice, the law allows the government, already infamous for its persecution of political opponents, to limit criticism of itself.

2.  US denies role in Kazakhstan uprising  

2022-01-23


View In: Kazakhstan, Chevron, US and Russia
President Joe Biden’s spokeswoman has denied that the US government is behind the violent protests that have rocked Kazakhstan this week, claiming that unnamed “Russians” have falsely accused Washington of triggering the tumult.

3.  Kazakhstan: A Revolt Against “Transitional” Capitalism  

2022-01-13


Left Voice
View In: Kazakhstan Protests
Dozens of protesters have been killed in protests sparked by a rise in fuel prices. The revolt is concerning to Russia and inconvenient for Western powers. The post Kazakhstan: A Revolt Against “Transitional” Capitalism appeared first on Left Voice.

4.  NED Provided $1.2 Million To Help Kazakhstan Spark A Color Revolution  

2022-01-13


Popular Resistance
View In: Kazakstan and the West
The New York Times and other mainstream media outlets depicted the violence as a result of the doubling of fuel prices and unhappiness with political authoritarianism and corruption. Kazakhstan’s president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, has been widely condemned for carrying out large-scale human rights abuses...

5.  Putin Declares “Mission Accomplished” In Kazakhstan As Russian Troops Start Pullout  

2022-01-13


ZeroHedge News
View In: Kazakstan and Russia
Putin Declares “Mission Accomplished” In Kazakhstan As Russian Troops Start Pullout  After earlier in the week announcing that its troop draw down from neighboring Kazakhstan will commence “within two days,“ the Russian government has confirmed Thursday that its forces have initiated an exit of som...

6.  Escobar: After Kazakhstan, The Color Revolution Era Is Over  

2022-01-13


ZeroHedge News
View In: Kazakhstan, Chevron, US and Russia
Escobar: After Kazakhstan, The Color Revolution Era Is Over Authored by Pepe Escobar via TheCradle.co, What happened in Kazakhstan increasingly looks like a US-Turkish-British-Israeli-led coup d'etat attempt foiled dramatically by their Eurasian adversaries... The year 2022 started with Kazakhstan o...