Tag: Strugatsky

Crimea’s Russians Want Soviet Past Not Russian Present, ‘Novaya Gazeta’ Commentator Says

September 2, 2014

Staunton, September 1 – “Crimea never was pro-Russian – it did not know and could not know post-Soviet Russia,” Pavel Kazarin says. “Instead, over the course of the last quarter of a century,” the Ukrainian peninsula was “pro-Soviet,” something that is going to create problems for Moscow there in the near term. That confusion is […]

The World After the Crimea. Scenarios for the New World Order

April 1, 2014

Obviously, the world will never be the same after the events in the Crimea. By its unprecedented actions, in terms of international norms, Russia is forcing the West to make a decision – to accept it into the club of developed nations as an equal member, or push it away for once and for all, […]