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Air Koryo Flight Brings North Korean Defense Researchers, Students to Russia

Air Koryo Flight Brings North Korean Defense Researchers, Students to Russia

By Seulkee Jang
North Korea sent researchers from its Missile General Bureau to receive advanced rocket engine technology from Russia, a source told Daily NK.
Kyrgyzstan Warns Citizens Against Travel to Russia

Kyrgyzstan Warns Citizens Against Travel to Russia

By Catherine Putz
In the wake of the horrific Crocus City Hall attack, allegedly perpetrated by Tajik nationals, Bishkek has issued a recommendation that its citizens avoid unnecessary travel to Russia.

Crocus City Hall Attack: Deciphering Central Asian Jihadism and Russian Counterterrorism

Crocus City Hall Attack: Deciphering Central Asian Jihadism and Russian Counterterrorism

By Uran Botobekov
The Kremlin has made a concerted effort to implicate Ukraine, despite the absence of evidence linking Kyiv to the attack. Meanwhile, ISKP poses a clear threat to Russia.

Why Russia Will Keep Supporting China in the Indo-Pacific

Why Russia Will Keep Supporting China in the Indo-Pacific

By David Batashvili
Strategies pinned on enticing Russia away from China are based on a fundamental misreading of Moscow’s stated goals and interests.

How Pro-Russia Influencers Framed Taiwan’s Elections on Telegram

How Pro-Russia Influencers Framed Taiwan’s Elections on Telegram

By Levi Bochantin
An investigation into pro-Kremlin Telegram users reveals Russia’s influence operations regarding Taiwan’s sovereignty and democracy.
South Korean Detained Earlier This Year Is Accused of Espionage in Russia

South Korean Detained Earlier This Year Is Accused of Espionage in Russia

By Associated Press
The Russian state-run news agency TASS reported that a South Korean arrested in Vladivostok earlier this year has been taken to Moscow and charged with espionage.

Alleged ISKP Plot Foiled in Russia, 2 Kazakh Citizens Killed

Alleged ISKP Plot Foiled in Russia, 2 Kazakh Citizens Killed

By Catherine Putz
Kazakh authorities have confirmed the citizenship of two men killed in an FSB raid in Russia last week, allegedly forestalling an ISKP attack. 
Even Without Sanctions, South Korea Significantly Reduced Fossil Fuel Imports From Russia

Even Without Sanctions, South Korea Significantly Reduced Fossil Fuel Imports From Russia

By Troy Stangarone
Seoul did not adopt sanctions on Russian fossil fuels, but it has sharply cut such imports nonetheless. 

Russian Gas Supplies to Uzbekistan Set to Grow

Russian Gas Supplies to Uzbekistan Set to Grow

By Catherine Putz
As the “Central Asia gas union” solidifies on the back of high demand, political and corruption risks linger.

China’s Shuttle Diplomacy With Ukraine and Russia: All Symbol, No Substance

China’s Shuttle Diplomacy With Ukraine and Russia: All Symbol, No Substance

By Rakshith Shetty
Despite its second round of shuttle diplomacy, China remains hesitant to engage fully in genuine negotiations at this stage.

Italian Insurer Buttresses Russian Gas Investment in Uzbekistan

Italian Insurer Buttresses Russian Gas Investment in Uzbekistan

By Paolo Sorbello
A series of investigations links Italy’s state funds with Gazprombank.
US Puts Additional Central Asian Companies on Russia Sanctions List

US Puts Additional Central Asian Companies on Russia Sanctions List

By Catherine Putz
The latest round of sanctions designations included a Kyrgyzstan-based company and two firms based in Kazakhstan.

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