Eurasia Movement Interviews Boris Nad on Novorossiya
Bovdunov: How do you assess the current events in the east of Ukraine? What is the meaning of the current geopolitical conflict?
Nad: On the face of it this is a conflict between two nations – Ukrainian and Russian. At least that’s how it’s represented in the Western media. And that is, of course, deeply wrong. Western media have kept silent about, or are hiding the fact that “the Ukrainian nation” and “the Ukrainian state” actually has never really existed in history. It is no doubt a cheap media trick and ruthless manipulation. Continue reading →
… the fact that after more than twenty years, Russia has returned as an historical force. It is a matter of political realism.
The crisis in Ukraine is still far from over, but it is clear that it is the most important central event in the early 21st century to date, much more important than Libya, the invasion of Afghanistan, or the question of the future of Iraq. Even Syria can be measured with it. The crisis is not yet resolved, but some answers are already apparent: Continue reading →
‘Through the Door of History’ – an Introduction by custodian Joaquin Flores:
The Center for Syncretic Studies presents the next installment of our series on the works of Serbian novelist and philosopher Boris Nad. While published previously on his own site, we take a critical examination of the ideas of Nad towards a broader and contemplative debate. The question of ‘society’ itself is a meta-sociological and meta-historiological, i.e historiographical quandary that when taken to its core ought to stab at the epistemological foundation therein. Continue reading →
We at the Center are honored to begin a series of reproduction of the works of Serbian writer, novelist, socio-cultural and political theorist and commentator Boris Nad. We would like our readers to take notice of the description of several details which coincide with early Christian manifestations. Continue reading →