Tag: Kazakhstan

Kuril

Asian Fault Lines Of Biden’s War On Russia

The tremors of the United States’ tensions with Russia playing out in Europe are being felt in different ways already in Asia. The hypothesis of Ukraine being in Europe and the conflict being all about European security is delusional. From Kazakhstan to Myanmar, from Solomon Islands to the Kuril Islands, […]

CSTO mission in Kazakhstan

CSTO’s Mission Accomplished In Kazakhstan

The readout of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “working meeting” in the Kremlin on Wednesday with Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu regarding the Collective Security Treat Organisation’s  mission to Kazakhstan needs careful analysis. As is customary with Putin, so much more was said in the unsaid. Putin spoke with the world audience […]

Pentagon bio-lab near Almaty

Kazakhstan Turns Into Graveyard For US Diplomacy

The Kazakh Ministry of Health issued an innocuous disclaimer on January 9, 2022 denying social media reports about the seizure of a “military biological lab near Almaty by unidentified people.” According to Tass news agency, the social media had speculated that specialists in chemical protection suits were working near the […]

Peacekeeping forces

Putin Draws The Line For Colour Revolutions

This must be a rare page in American diplomatic history that a US Secretary of State has been literally off his rocker. Antony Blinken’s outbursts on the events in Kazakhstan were not only boorish but also illogical. Blinken questioned the decision by the president of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Kemelevich Tokayev to […]

Gen Andrey Serdyukov

CSTO In Kazakhstan Annoys US

The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s Press Availability at Washington on Friday was largely devoted to Ukraine and the forthcoming strategic stability talks with Russia. But in response to a carefully planted question at the fag-end of the interaction, Blinken reflected bitterly on the deployment of Russian troops to […]