Full Text of New KBR Study of Circassian Diaspora Now Available Online

Thursday, November 5, 2020

Full Text of New KBR Study of Circassian Diaspora Now Available Online

Paul Goble

Staunton, November 3 – The Internet has promoted not only connectivity among members of particular communities but it has made it possible for them to read otherwise inaccessible books by signing on to the Internet alone. This has become particularly important as print runs have fallen, prices have risen, and the ability to acquire physical books has declined. Read more

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In the Footsteps of Sykes-Picot Agreement Consequences / When the Student Outshines the Master — Part 1

In the Footsteps of Sykes-Picot Agreement Consequences / When the Student Outshines the Master — Part 1

By: Adel Bashqawi

10 November, 2020

School History

School History

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‘Greater Circassia Project has Real Support in Caucasus and Abroad,’ Russian Scholar Says

Monday, November 9, 2020

‘Greater Circassia Project has Real Support in Caucasus and Abroad,’ Russian Scholar Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, November 8 – A major challenge for any writer interested in attacking something is to include enough accurate information to make a plausible case without crossing the line and unwittingly helping that which he opposes. In Soviet times, many specialists on bourgeois falsifiers suffered when they revealed too many things the authorities wanted ignored.

That problem continues in Moscow, and a remarkable case of someone clearly interested in attacking the Circassian cause provides a remarkably accurate portrait of that nation, its problems and its aspiration, and even concludes that “the project of Greater Circassia has real support and a sufficient number of supporters abroad and in the North Caucasus.” Read more

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