What will Russia gain from intervening in Kazakhstan?

Video Period 26 minutes 05 seconds 26:05From: Inside StoryKazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev asked a Russian-led military alliance for assistance to stop mass demonstrations.Kazakhstan’s cities appeared to have actually gone back to soothe, after days of violent demonstrations that were activated by high fuel costs.The problem has actually fired up individuals’s longstanding complaints versus inequality, corruption, and absence of democracy in the previous Soviet republic.The federal government called the protesters “terrorists” and asked a Russian-led military alliance to assist stop the discontent.President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev thanked Russia’s Vladimir Putin for sending out 2,500 soldiers from the local Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).On Friday, Tokayev bought Kazakh security forces to shoot without alerting to put down the countrywide uprising.What will Moscow gain from this intervention?And what occurs now to the Kazakh individuals’s require political modification?Speaker: Mohammed Jamjoom.Visitors:.Cholpon Orozobekova– Director of the Bulan Institute for Peace Innovations.Maxim Suchkov– Specialist on Russian policy and foreign affairs at the Russian International Affairs Council.Theresa Fallon– Director at the Centre for Russia Europe Asia Studies.Released On 8 Jan 20228 Jan2022 Read More