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Russia readies for regime change operations in Belarus and Kazakhstan: After the pro-Western coup in Armenia, it became clear that similar scenarios are in store for Kazakhstan and Belarus. Russia hopes that close economic integration with these countries will keep new regimes from moving along the path of Ukraine. Yet, one should not be surprised if Kazakhstan soon becomes a NATO member.

Kazakhstan and Belarus may sooner or later develop an anti-Russian course in their policies. President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev and President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko have already made a number of statements indicating their movement away from Russia. They have not recognised Russia as an “aggressor state” in public. Yet, they started taking certain efforts to protect their countries from the Crimean scenario. In economic terms, Kazakhstan and Belarus reorient their policies towards China, wheres in political terms, they want to become closer to the West.

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Russia readies for regime change operations in Belarus and Kazakhstan: After the pro-Western coup in Armenia, it became clear that similar scenarios are in store for Kazakhstan and Belarus. Russia hopes that close economic integration with these countries will keep new regimes from moving along the path of Ukraine. Yet, one should not be surprised if Kazakhstan soon becomes a NATO member.Kazakhstan and Belarus may sooner or later develop an anti-Russian course in their policies. President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev and President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko have already made a number of statements indicating their movement away from Russia. They have not recognised Russia as an “aggressor state” in public. Yet, they started taking certain efforts to protect their countries from the Crimean scenario. In economic terms, Kazakhstan and Belarus reorient their policies towards China, wheres in political terms, they want to become