The new Azov National Corps opposes EU membership and calls instead for a new union between the Black and Baltic seas.
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The Neo-Eurasianist perspective on Ukraine was formed already in the 1990s, when Russian fascist Alexander Dugin argued, in his Foundations of Geopolitics, that Ukraine was “an unnatural state” consisting of four major regions with allegedly different geopolitical loyalties, and that a sovereign and united Ukraine constituted a major threat to the geopolitical security of Russia […]
The Azov Regiment has declared that a video, in which men, presenting themselves as Azov members, burn the Dutch flag and threaten to carry out terrorist attacks if the Netherlands fails to ratify the EU Association Agreement with Ukraine, is fake. Yesterday’s live coverage of the Ukraine conflict can be found here. Please help The […]
Introduction The early presidential and parliamentary elections in Ukraine that took place in May and October 2014, respectively proved to be disastrous for the Ukrainian parties of the political far right. Oleh Tyahnybok, the leader of Svoboda, the All-Ukrainian Union Freedom party, obtained 1.16% of the vote in the presidential election, while his party secured […]
A Comment on the Involvement of the Patriot of Ukraine in the Ukrainian Revolution Adrian Karatnycky, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, has written a good article, titled “Warlords and armed groups threaten Ukraine’s rebuilding“, in which he discusses important issues related to today’s Ukraine. In March this year, I wrote that the newly-elected (then acting) government […]