Julian Paolantoni opens a series of articles on the unknown early history of Russia. The first chpter covers the period until the Mongol invasion.
Tag: Byzantine Empire
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) […]
PART ONE: a preliminary excursion in ancient history 1204 – The Eastern Crusade of Pope Innocent III: Most people mistakenly believe that the Crusades only happened in the Middle-East and that they were only directed at Islam. This is false. In fact, while the official excuse for western imperialism at […]
For the average person, the term “Byzantium” evokes a number of negative associations: Eastern despotism, political intrigues, backwardness, etc. These memes are firmly rooted in public opinion, in the guise of proven historical facts. However, this generally accepted image of Byzantium,is, in fact, a fabricated one, that has been thrust […]