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Russia’s annexation of Crimea and destabilization of Ukraine have created a new context for Kazakhstan’s foreign and domestic policy.
Information warfare has a long tradition in Russia. Over the past few years it has been redefined, using geopolitical theory as its foundation.
As regards the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Hungary will barely be able to maintain its neutral position.
The course and results of the Putin's visit seem to suggest that Russia will have to come to terms with being the ‘junior partner’ of China.
On 5 May President Vladimir Putin signed a law which changes the rules regulating the transmission and dissemination of information on the Internet.
Russia wants to see international talks involving the pro-Russian opposition to continue, which will increase political pressure on Kyiv.
Moscow’s control over the regions is currently so thorough that it contradicts the formally existing federal form of government in Russia.