With Kyrgyzstan’s new role as chair of the CIS, and what happened with the two previous holders of the position, 2023 may see another attempt at regime change in China, one that could possibly begin in its smaller western neighbour.
In a classic color revolution style, the "A4 Revolution" has been given coordinated sympathetic coverage by the mainstream media.
A conflict, which with the high possibility that Iran’s Russian and Chinese allies may decide to become involved, would have the potential to reach far beyond the Gulf.
Should the current disturbances eventually escalate into what would effectively be a proxy war on Iran, the regime change lobby will undoubtedly move towards calls for a Libya-style ‘humanitarian intervention’ to take place against the Islamic Republic.
Britain’s history of arming and training terrorist groups, however, as outlined in last week’s report, goes back even further.
The increase in cooperation between Belarus and Russia, though an important development in terms of the war in Ukraine, also has a flipside: Belarus may, like Iran, be targeted for another color-revolution by the West's regime-change lobby.
Measures that have never been suggested would be used against "Israel" for events such as what occurred over the past weekend, or for its 2014 war against Gaza that resulted in the deaths of over 2,000 Palestinians in the space of seven weeks.
In stark contrast to Bashar Al-Assad who stayed in Damascus, the Ukrainian President continues to receive widespread praise from the Western media.