April 14, 2014

Kazakhstan Fears Ukraine's Fate

Ryskeldi Satke, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea have alarmed the ranks of the marginalized opposition of Kazakhstan, along with local experts who see Moscow’s integration projects as a threat to Kazakhstan’s independence.

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