Bulletin No. 1 (87) 2022


Bulletin No. 1 (87) 2022 

Table of contents 

Unrest In Kazakhstan
    What Happened
    A Fading Nazarbayev And The Putin Factor
    What Putin Is Seeking
    What Next?
    Impact On Domestic Affairs

From Political To Ideological Enemies
    Shuttering Of Memorial
    More ‘Foreign Agents’ But This Time It’s Different

New Law On Local Self-Governance
    Subordinate And Consolidate
    Municipalities And The Opposition

In Brief
(i) More Money, Fewer Sanction Concerns
(ii) What Russians Think About Putin-Biden Talks



The next bulletin will be issued on 25 January 2022.



Writing and analysis: Tatiana Stanovaya

Editing: Howard Amos, Felix Light


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