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Could Kremlin Pressure on Kazakhstan Lead to Hostilities?

Whether anti-Russian activity is transpiring in Kazakhstan is perhaps less relevant than the Russian pronouncement that there is.

Kazakhstan's president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, at a polling station at Nur-Sultan June 5, 2022.

Kazakhstan's president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, at a polling station at Nur-Sultan June 5, 2022. Kazakhstan's Presidential Press Service via AP

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ANTHONY GRANT

Mr. Grant, who has written for many major newspapers and worked in television at Paris and Tel Aviv, is now based in Athens as a staff reporter and editor of The New York Sun.

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