Selected Articles on the Kazakhstan Uprisings

CENTRAL ASIA, 17 Jan 2022

CovertAction Magazine and openDemocracy – TRANSCEND Media Service

4 January 2021: people in Aktau protest against liquefied natural gas hike.
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National Endowment for Democracy Provided $1.2 Million to Kazakhstan to Help Spark Color Revolution against Pro-Russian and Pro-China Regime – by Jeremy Kuzmarov | CovertAction Magazine

12 Jan 2022 – Media Has Covered Crisis in Kazakhstan in Biased Way


Anger, Injustice and Politics Brought People to the Streets in Kazakhstan by Paolo Sorbello | openDemocracy

9 Jan 2022 – Veteran human rights defender Yevgeniy Zhovtis tells how the tumultuous protests started – and ended – this week.


The Week That Changed Kazakhstan Forever – by Luca Anceschi | openDemocracy

6 Jan 2022 – As Russian troops enter the country, hopes of a peaceful resolution are dashed.


As Kazakhstan Burns Over Inequality, the Elite’s Wealth Is Safe and Sound in London – by Thomas Rowley | openDemocracy

6 Jan 2022 – London is home to some £530m in luxury property owned by the country’s ruling class.



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