Tag Archives: Russia

The Russian Spring in Donbass

War and Statecraft in the Donetsk People’s Republic   By: Dmitry Muza – translated by Jafe Arnold Dmitry Evgenyevich Muza is a doctor of philosophical sciences, a correspondent-member of the Crimean Academy of Sciences, a professor at the Department of Sociology … Continue reading

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An overview of Syncretism in Russia: Orthodoxy and Sovietism

By: Padraig McGrath The Synthetic Public Ideology of Putin’s Russia The reconstruction of the Cathedral of Saint Alexander Nevsky is a microcosm of a broad social reality   ituated adjacent to the Crimean Parliament building in Simferopol, the newly rebuilt Cathedral … Continue reading

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The New-Old Left vs. the “Theater of the Absurd”

An Interview with Czech Communist Ideologist Josef Skala – Part 2  By: Alexander Gegalchiy – translated by Jafe Arnold Based out of Prague, Czech Republic, Alexander Gegalchiy is President of the International Russian Award Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting and … Continue reading

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Czech Communists for Donbass and Multipolarity

An Interview with Czech Communist Ideologist Josef Skala – Part 1  By: Dr. Eduard Popov – translated by Jafe Arnold Eduard Popov is a Rostov State University graduate with a PhD in history and philosophy. In 2008, he founded the Center … Continue reading

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Changing Turkish-Russian Relations

 By: Paul Antonopoulos Changing Turkish-Russian Relations Turkey appears unable to grasp Russia’s resolve and long-term planning  ovember 24 2015 will forever mark the turning in Turkish and Russian relations. The Russian Sukhoi Su-24M tactical bomber jet was shot down by two … Continue reading

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