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Identity genocide in Montenegro

By Sailko - Own work, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=43382599
21.02.2017

Throughout history, Montenegro was a Serbian state, inhabited by Serbs. That is best evidenced by historical sources, concerning the territory of today’s Montenegro.

The Muddy Waters of Romanian Politics

03.02.2017

The Romanian elections held on December 11th produced a landslide victory for the center-left Social Democratic Party (PSD) who managed to secure almost 50% of the seats in the new parliament.  Together with its junior partner, ALDE, the social de

The future of Christianity is promising

27.01.2017

Whether Trump's policy can lift up traditional values - I think the answer is yes. But it's going to take time.

Globalization de-tradtionalizes. Whenever globalization comes into a culture, it replaces all the things that make that culture unique with very standardized transcultural processes.

Christianity is a common ground between West and East

19.01.2017

The reason why I started to get interested in Russia three years ago was because I saw that there was a huge revival of Christianity, of Orthodox faith in Russia after the Cold War when the Soviet Union collapsed. I was really unaware of this before the Pussy Riot case, where I saw that Russians absolutely would not tolerate when somebody walks into a church, into a sacred place, and acts like the girls from Pussy Riot did.