If you’ve been following the news, you know that Russia sent some 2,500 troops into Almaty, Kazakstan last week to restore order. They also brought with them a smaller number of Kyrgyz troops - which perhaps hints at the level of Russian influence in Bishkek. It’s also of note that Russia has recently sold additional long range surface to air missiles (S-300s and S-400s) to Belarus, and press releases hint these will come with the necessary command and control assets to integrate them into Russia’s defenses. Additional SAMs and an armored battalion were also reportedly moved into Tajikistan in October.
A few years back, in a similar situation, it was suggested that a conference of world powers be brought together quickly to apply pressure and keep the situation from spinning out of control. To this idea one prominent head of state, concerned that this would be too bellicose, responded: