10 حقائق حول الإبادة الجماعية الشركسية

10 حقائق حول الإبادة الجماعية الشركسية

كاترينا شراغ (Katarina Schrag)

14 نوفمبر/تشرين الثاني 2017

ترجمة: عادل بشقوي

26 يناير/كانون الثاني 2019

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Attack on policemen in KBR is the third in four months

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25 January 2019

Attack on policemen in KBR is the third in four months

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Three men killed in attack on policemen in Nalchik

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25 January 2019, 08:42

Three men killed in attack on policemen in Nalchik

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Circassians Enter 2019 More United and More Angry at Moscow

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Circassians Enter 2019 More United and More Angry at Moscow

Paul Goble

            Staunton, January 11 – The turn of the year has featured numerous reviews about this or that territorial unit in the Russian Federation rather than about particular nations. A happy exception to that pattern is Larisa Cherkes’s assessment of the Circassians, a nation Moscow has divided within the country and sought to isolate from its larger co-ethnic community abroad.

            The Kavkazr journalist reports that over the past year, “the Circassian movement was occupied with events connected with conflicts about native languages and also with the efforts of the powers that be to demonstratively exile Circassian repatriants” and to block new arrivals form the Circassian diaspora (kavkazr.com/a/cherkesskiy-vopros-2018/29706138.html). Read more

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Cossacks Vastly More Diverse than Putin Regime Acknowledges

Monday, January 7, 2019

Cossacks Vastly More Diverse than Putin Regime Acknowledges

Paul Goble

Staunton, January 7 – Reflecting its general impulse to homogenize and control all aspects of life in Russia and relying on the ignorance of many in that country and elsewhere about Russian history and Russian realities, the Putin regime has been promoting an image of the Cossacks that is wildly at variance with the rich and diverse tapestry of their national life. Read more

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Deportation and Return of Vainakh Peoples Continue to Cast a Dark Shadow on the North Caucasus

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Deportation and Return of Vainakh Peoples Continue to Cast a Dark Shadow on the North Caucasus

Paul Goble

Staunton, January 9 – Sixty-two years ago today, Moscow allowed the Chechens and Ingush it had deported to Central Asia 13 years earlier, actions that continue to cast a dark shadow on the two Vainakh nations and their relationship with each other and with Moscow, Mairbek Vachagayev says.  Read more

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Circassian Repatriants from Syria Ask Putin for Equal Treatment with Ukrainians in Russia

Sunday, December 30, 2018

Circassian Repatriants from Syria Ask Putin for Equal Treatment with Ukrainians in Russia

Paul Goble

            Staunton, December 29 – Because the Duma has given Vladimir Putin the power to offer accelerated Russian citizenship to immigrants, Circassians who have fled war-torn Syria to their historical homeland in the North Caucasus have called on the Kremlin leader to give them the same rights he has already given ethnic Ukrainians who have fled their war-torn country. Read more

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