Europe’s Moral Role to Restore Circassian Legitimate Rights

Europe’s Moral Role to Restore Circassian Legitimate Rights

By: Adel Bashqawi

Circassian repatriation organizations, CRO

Published on Oct 21, 2018

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Greetings from the Culture Department of Nurmberg / ترحيب من دائرة الثقافة في نورمبرغ

ترحيب من دائرة الثقافة في نورمبرغ

السيد يورغن مارك ويرث (رئيس دائرة الثقافة في مدينة نورمبرغ)

المؤتمر الشركسي الدولي الأول في نورينبيرغ في ألمانيا

Greetings from the Culture Department of Nurmberg

Mr. Jürgen Markwirth ( Chair of the Culture Department City of Nurmberg )

Circassian repatriation organizations, CRO

Karl-Bröger-Zentrum in Nuremberg Read more

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Illegal Harassment of Circassian Language Teacher Maryam Bagova Continues / Продолжается незаконное преследование преподавателя черкесского языка Марьям Баговой

Illegal Harassment of Circassian Language Teacher Maryam Bagova Continues / Продолжается незаконное преследование преподавателя черкесского языка Марьям Баговой

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RUCARR Caucasus conference, December 5-6

17 October 2018

RUCARR Caucasus conference, December 5-6

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Виталий Портников: Россия сама создала мир, где возможен ее демонтаж

Виталий Портников: Россия сама создала мир, где возможен ее демонтаж

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KBR Clash in September Continues to Cast Dark Shadow on the Caucasus

Monday, October 8, 2018

KBR Clash in September Continues to Cast Dark Shadow on the Caucasus

Paul Goble

Staunton, October 8 – The September 19 clashes between Kabards and Balkars over the commemoration of a battle three centuries ago appear to have had led to the deaths of two residents of the KBR, a development that likely would be attracting far more attention were it not for the events in Ingushetia. Read more

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Russia hasn’t Formed a Modern Civic Nation but Rather an Imperial Russian One, Portnikov Says

Monday, October 8, 2018

Russia hasn’t Formed a Modern Civic Nation but Rather an Imperial Russian One, Portnikov Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, October 8 – There are three reasons why the Russian Federation is unlikely to fall apart in the near future, Ukrainian political analyst Vitaly Portnikov says. First among them is that while Russia hasn’t been able to establish a contemporary political nation, it has created “a certain imperial Russian nation which is the basis of the Kremlin’s ‘Russian world.’” Read more

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