Заявление по случаю основания Республики Адыгея

Заявление по случаю основания Республики Адыгея

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Когда мы разделяем нашу радость с нашими братьями в Республике Адыге, отмечается день основания нашей дорогой республики, мы не можем забыть о первых основателях, которые были приняты 23 марта 1992 года. Первоначальная форма флага, которую адыгане использовали в 19 веке, когда они защищали свою черкесскую родину от вторжения в Российскую империю.

Все остальные находятся горизонтально, а в центре – три скрещенные стрелки. Три стрелки символизируют мир людей, чтобы защитить себя. Read more

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A Statement on the Occasion of the Founding of the Republic of Adygea

A Statement on the Occasion of the Founding of the Republic of Adygea

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As we share our brethren in the Republic of Adygea their joy while they are commemorating the founding of the republic that we consider so dear to us, we will not forget those early founders, who adopted the current model of Circassian flag on the 23rd of March, 1992. That was despite the great and numerous challenges they faced. It is the original form of the flag that the Adygha people have used in the nineteenth century when they defended their Circassian homeland against the invasion of the Tsarist Russian Empire. Read more

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Russia Goes from Revolution to Revolution as a Result of Uncontrolled Bureaucratization, Milin Says

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Russia Goes from Revolution to Revolution as a Result of Uncontrolled Bureaucratization, Milin Says

Paul Goble

            Staunton, October 9 – “The problem of the Russian Empire/USSR/Russian Federation,” Dmitry Milin says, “lies in the periodic dominance of an uncontrolled bureaucracy which lives according to Parkinson’s law” and thus leads the country into one dead end after another which it can escape only by revolutions.

            While European countries have learned to control the bureaucracy by the regular change in those in power, the Russian blogger says, and thus have prevented the bureaucracy from leading to the collapse of their economies and societies, “Russia has not yet learned how to do that” (blog.newsru.com/article/09oct2019/rus_history). Read more

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Difference Between Colonialism and Imperialism

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Colonialism vs Imperialism
Colonialism and imperialism are often used interchangeably, but they are two different words having different meaning. As both colonialism and Imperialism means political and economic domination of the other, scholars often find it hard to differentiate the two.

Though both the words underline suppression of the other, Colonialism is where one nation assumes control over the other and Imperialism refers to political or economic control, either formally or informally. In simple words, colonialism can be thought to be a practice and imperialism as the idea driving the practice. Read more

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Russian-Murid War 1834-1859

Russian-Murid War 1834-1859

DAGESTAN Northern and eastern Caucasus, approaching the central western Caspian coast. The Murid Imams of the 19th century were the source of considerable resistence to Russian advances in the region, and succeeded in gaining independence from Russian occupation for a time after 1834. Read more

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For Russia Now, There are Two North Caucasuses Not One

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

For Russia Now, There are Two North Caucasuses Not One

Paul Goble

            Staunton, September 20 – Many Russians as well as outside observers routinely speak of the North Caucasus as if it were a unified whole when in fact there is a deep divide between its eastern portion which was Islamicized far earlier and remains more Islamic to this day and the western part which has had a different history.

            Indeed, one is almost justified in speaking of two North Caucasuses not one at least in terms of the Russian presence and control and of the nature of national movements and challenges to Moscow. Read more

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A ‘New’ Russian Approach to Circassian Repatriation?

A ‘New’ Russian Approach to Circassian Repatriation?

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 16 Issue: 130

By: Paul Goble

September 24, 2019

(Source: Circassia Times)

(Source: Circassia Times)

Several days ago (September 22), the Russian Ministry of Interior’s regional office in Kabardino-Balkaria—one of the North Caucasus republics to which Circassians in the Middle East want to return—turned to a Telegram channel to declare that it is seeking to “effectively realize” a new program intended to repatriate members of this nation from Syria and other countries “to the maximum extent possible.” The message went on to insist that any holdups would be a reflection not of Moscow’s policies and intentions but rather of the decisions of the republic governments in the North Caucasus, which it implied need to do more, and of the actions of foreign governments and foundations committed to discrediting and otherwise undermining this positive Russian government effort (Facebook.com, accessed September 24; Natpressru.info, September 22). Read more

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