Part I Religion and S. P. Huntington’s idea of „Clash of Civilizations“: A critical approach First, it has to be clearly noted that S. P. Huntington by himself did not claim to be an expert on Islam and Islamic studies. Second, his idea or theory of post-Cold War 1.0 civilizational […]
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Part I Geopolitical position The Russian Federation, which appeared on the political map of the world in the early 1990s, represents today extremely influential global actor in international relations. In terms of foreign policy, it is a Russian geopolitical concept of the Near Abroad, which is a traditional sphere of […]
If Kiev continues its anti-Russian and pro-NATO/USA/EU’s political-military course, the joint republic of Luhansk and Donetsk regions (or more) will be declared as an independent state with a real possibility to join the Russian Federation as Crimea already did it in 2014.
In December 2014 NATO released a factsheet on NATO-Russia relations covering more than 30 issues. The document was cooked according to the standard scheme elaborated by the US State Department – they take a Russian “false” assertion and dress it with a “correct” disclaimer. Taking this weapon in hand, our […]
ORIENTAL REVIEW publishes the full report made by Professor Vladimir Kozin from the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies at the European security conference held in Athens (Greece) on Oct 30-31, 2014. The report was dedicated to the current and emerging military and political challenges the European continent is facing, most […]