Historic regions of different cultural, linguistic and sovereign backgrounds cannot be slammed together into an artificial state for an eternity. History shows that such states are typically dissolved or radically reformed after a certain period of uncomfortable pseudo-coexistence.
May 2 marked the third anniversary of a massacre at the House of Trade Unions in Odessa, in southern Ukraine. Dozens of civilians were forced into the building by fascists in the Ukrainian Pravy Sektor (Right Sector Party), who thenREAD ON
The lion’s share of UAF soldiers and officers do not understand the point of this war against their yesterday compatriots and some Ukrainian troops consider the war to be altogether criminal. This can also be seen in the mutual hatredREAD ON
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BY EDUARD POPOV Translated by Jafe Arnold he Center for Syncretic Studies is honored to present our Russian colleague, Dr. Eduard Popov’s recent article featured in the journal Post-Soviet States: 25 Years of Independent Development published under the editorship of the famousREAD ON
By Mike Whitney The Saker is an ex-military analyst who was born in Europe to a family of Russian refugees. He now lives in Florida where he writes theVineyard of the Saker blog and is a regular contributor toREAD ON
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