A Historical Document / Abkhazians on the Russian Side

A Historical Document /  Abkhazians on the Russian Side
29 April, 2022

Andreas Krauze:
This historical document should be read several times by those Adigas who believe that Abkhazians are brothers. Read very carefully the fact of how the
participated in the punitive marches on Cherkasy villages and directly participated in the brutal destruction of Cherkasy children, women and elderly. This document explains a lot, especially the reasons for their today’s anti-Chercism acts in the interests of Russia.
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New Book Explains How and Why Bi-National Kabardino-Balkar Republic Survived

Thursday, April 28, 2022

New Book Explains How and Why Bi-National Kabardino-Balkar Republic Survived

Paul Goble

Staunton, April 18 – At the end of Soviet times, many in the binational republics that Moscow had created to play one ethnic group off against another felt that the time had come to divide them up. Chechnya and Ingushetia managed to split into two republics, but neither Karachay-Cherkessia nor Kabardino-Balkaria did.

The reasons that they failed to do so not only explains a great deal about the behind-the-scenes politics in Moscow and the North Caucasus but also sheds light on current political struggles in that region to form new more mono-ethnic republics, something that both the center and the rulers the Kremlin has imposed are very much against. Read more

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Paul Goble’s 50 Windows on Eurasia for April 12-18, 2022

Paul Goble’s 50 Windows on Eurasia for April 12-18, 2022    

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