What happens in Kyrgyzstan represents an absolutely precisely planned and organised event. It doesn’t matter how the elections ended, the protests have nothing to do with these. Elections were just a pretext.
At the bottom of the events in Nagorno Karabakh we find the long-dated rivalry between Great Britain and the US, on one side, and Russia and France on the other. Some argue that the escalation of the conflict is led by the head of the MI6, Richard Moore, a specialist in Turkish affairs. The logic of the current events is leading to an extremely dangerous clash between Moscow and Ankara in the region, and other players will benefit of all this.
Conspiracy theory with no proof presented to support any of the claims, mixing several recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about an aggressive West and Russia as the ultimate target of international events. There is no evidence that foreign powers had anything to do with the 2020 military escalation between Armenia and Azerbaijan, much less with the purpose of benefitting from a confrontation between Russia and Turkey.
See other examples in our database, such as claims the escalation in the Caucasus is directed against Russia, because someone wants to divert Moscow’s attention from Belarus and Syria; that the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh is a cover up operation, as was the 1956 Hungarian Revolution; that Ukraine is sending weapons and nationalist fighters to this war theatre; that the US embassy in Armenia is a mini-Pentagon escalating tension in the region and the Middle East; or that the US is encircling Russia with biological labs for a future attack and is ready to carry out a false flag operation in Alaska to blame Russia.