The National Interest: "What’s Really Behind the Protests in Kazakhstan?"

Jan 6, 2022

The politics of energy use and climate change—often viewed as a domestic policy question—can and will have a growing impact on both global geopolitics and geo-economics, says Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev in this article for The National Interest.

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