It is clear that no country is more interested in destabilising Kazakhstan than the United States, and Turkey is the next potential beneficiary.
In general, Washington's policy of dragging Russia into conflicts on its borders is old and well known. The role of the United States in the Ukrainian and Belarus coups is clear, and the role of Turkey, a member of NATO, in the Karabakh war is also clear.
And if chaos or civil war breaks out in Kazakhstan, Russia will have to send troops there, which will weaken its ability to resist the US on other fronts.
A new disinformation around the crisis in Kazakhstan presented with no evidence.
The pro-Kremlin media frequently falsely portray popular protests around the world as instigated from abroad, often by the US and the West. The disinformation narrative has been applied, among others, to reports about protests in Georgia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Belarus, Venezuela, Slovakia, Hong Kong, with the aim of portraying protest movements as aggressive actors supported by foreign powers who constantly prepare new coups.