ASTANA (TCA) — In the new geopolitical realities in the Central Asia region and the world, Kazakhstan has adopted a new Military Doctrine identifying the country’s security threats and ways to counter such threats. We are republishing this article by Anna Gussarova on the issue, originally published by The Jamestown Foundation’s Eurasia Daily Monitor:
President Nursultan Nazarbayev signed a decree, on September 29, adopting Kazakhstan’s new Military Doctrine. The document outlines key priorities in military security for the Central Asian republic (Zakon.kz, September 29; Nomad.su, October 9).
Interestingly, the doctrine itself received almost no public attention inside Kazakhstan. Several mass media outlets …read more
Source: The Times of Central Asia