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

2022-01-13


ZeroHedge News
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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...
2.  Blinken Warns Kazakhstan Against Inviting Russian Troops  

2022-01-09


Antiwar dot com
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Blinken Warns Kazakhstan Against Inviting Russian Troops | Sees no need for outside assistance The post Blinken Warns Kazakhstan Against Inviting Russian Troops appeared first on News From Antiwar.com.
3.  Kazakhstan crisis heightens instability in Central Asia  

2022-01-10


World Socialist Web Site
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The political crisis in Kazakhstan, which began on January 2 with mass protests against gas price hikes, has become a focal point of geopolitical and social tensions across Central Asia.
4.  Kazakh Chaos On Cue Ahead Of Crunch US-Russia Security Negotiations  

2022-01-09


ZeroHedge News
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Kazakh Chaos On Cue Ahead Of Crunch US-Russia Security Negotiations Via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The timing of violent protests rocking Russia’s southern neighbor Kazakhstan inevitably raises questions. Russian officials are due to meet American and NATO counterparts within days to discuss far-reachin...
5.  The Hunter Connection? Kazakh Security Chief Arrested For Treason Was “Close Friends” With Bidens  

2022-01-09


ZeroHedge News
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The Hunter Connection? Kazakh Security Chief Arrested For Treason Was “Close Friends” With Bidens Among the boldest and eye-brow raising political moves by embattled Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev within the past days that grabbed international headlines was his ordering the arrest of Kazakhstan'...
6.  President Tokayev holds meeting with representatives of international investment companies  

2022-01-09


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Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev recently met with representatives from a number of large international investment companies. During this meeting, which took place at the Akorda, the President spoke of the importance of foreign investments for the development of Kazakhstan. “During the years of Independence we have attracted more than $370 billion in foreign direct investment. The state gives priority to supporting the investors. We have introduced the principle of individual and comprehensive support for each investor”, the President said. Additional speakers included managers of Blackrock, Luxor Capital, Lugard Road Capital, Aberdeen Asset Management, Capital Group, Sands Capital, Alameda Research & FTX, and Kingsway Capital.
7.  Maps and charts to understand the protests in Kazakhstan  

2022-01-08


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Al Jazeera does a great job providing background information on Kazakhstan.
8.  Escobar: Maidan In Almaty? Oh Yeah, But It's Complicated  

2022-01-07


ZeroHedge News
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Escobar: Maidan In Almaty? Oh Yeah, But It's Complicated Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Saker blog, Steppe on Fire: Kazakhstan’s Color Revolution So is that much fear and loathing all about gas? Not really. Kazakhstan was rocked into chaos virtually overnight, in principle, because of the doublin...