Malorossiya: Between Virtual Strategy and Political Future – Part 3

Continued from Part 2 Malorossiya vs. Ukraine: Democracy vs. Dictatorship? The observations presented in the last two installments are of principal importance and, indeed, raise the question of whether it is necessary to correct the state course of the Donetsk People’s Republic in the direction of being more consistent with the principles of democracy and […]

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Malorossiya: Between Virtual Strategy and Political Future – Part 1

According to the head of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Alexander Zakharchenko, what took place on July 18th in Donetsk was a gathering of representatives of contemporary Ukraine’s regions at which the creation of Malorossiya was proclaimed. The congress was attended by delegates from 19 of Ukraine’s regions (not counting Russian Crimea and the former Donetsk […]

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The Russian Spring in Donbass

By including the processes and event-related phenomenon “Russian Spring,” “war,” and “statecraft” in the title of this article, I am by no means implying any kind of intellectual provocation or attempting to realize a political order. On the contrary, the intended position here can be associated with the existence of millions of people who have in one way or another engaged (during wartime) in the creation of a completely distinct region, a will and fate of more than just one century tied to the fate of the Russian world.

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