Russian military vehicles queue outside Ivanovo airport, in central Russia, on January 6 before their flight to Kazakhstan. Photo:  AFP/Russian Defence Ministry
Russian military vehicles queue outside Ivanovo airport, in central Russia, on January 6 before their flight to Kazakhstan. Photo: AFP/Russian Defence Ministry
Danil Bochkov
Opinion

Opinion

Danil Bochkov

Kazakhstan unrest could undermine regional security and Russia’s relations with the West

  • The deployment of a Russian-led peacekeeping force to Kazakhstan is an important milestone in the development of security architecture in the post-Soviet era
  • Washington is witnessing Moscow’s growing potential to ensure the vitality of Russian-allied regimes

Russian military vehicles queue outside Ivanovo airport, in central Russia, on January 6 before their flight to Kazakhstan. Photo:  AFP/Russian Defence Ministry
Russian military vehicles queue outside Ivanovo airport, in central Russia, on January 6 before their flight to Kazakhstan. Photo: AFP/Russian Defence Ministry
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