Julien Paolantony explains the dynamics of the revolutionary era in Russia: how did diverse factors combine to enable the Bolsheviks to take down the tsarist regime.
Author: Julien PAOLANTONI
Russia: Road to the Revolutions
We continue publishing the series of Julien Paolantoni’s essays on the history of the Russian Empire. The first two related parts were The Roots of Russia : From the Early East Slavs to the Grand Duchy of Moscow and A Superpower Rises: Foundation of the Russian Empire. Introduction Part 2 of […]
A Superpower Rises: From the Implementation of Tsardom to the Congress of Vienna
What follows is the continuation of series of essays “Brief History of Russia”, produced by the French political and financial analyst Julien Paolantoni. The first set was published by ORIENTAL REVIEW in January 2015 and covered the period from the IXth to the middle of XVIth century. Introduction Part 1 […]
The roots of Russia: from the early East Slavs to the Grand Duchy of Moscow (III)
Part I Part II From Vladimir-Suzdal to the Grand Duchy of Moscow The principality progressively grew into a Grand Duchy which was divided into several smaller principalities. After the Mongol invasion, it became a self-governed state ruled by its own nobility. The principality was bounded by the Volga, Northern Dvina […]
The roots of Russia: from the early East Slavs to the Grand Duchy of Moscow (II)
Julian Paolantoni opens a series of articles on the unknown early history of Russia. The first chpter covers the period until the Mongol invasion.
The roots of Russia: from the early East Slavs to the Grand Duchy of Moscow (I)
Today we start publishing a series of essays on the Russian history produced by the French political and financial analyst Julien Paolantoni. Originally published by the Global Research two years ago, this piece may acquire a new reading now when the whole world got inspired or indignated (not indifferent anyway) […]