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A Sober View on the US-YPG Affair By: Paul Antonopoulos – CSS research fellow The following is a sample preview of a much larger article that will appear in the first issue of the Journal for Syncretic Studies (JSS).
An Interview with Czech Communist Ideologist Josef Skala By: Dr.
By: Jafe Arnold CSS participates in conference “Balkans and Middle East: Interconnections and Intersections” n Wednesday morning, March 24th in Belgrade, Serbia, several dozen students, scholars, analysts, and distinguished guests including diplomatic representatives from Tunisia, Libya, Iran, Syria, Iraq, and Republika Srpska gathered at the Univers
By: Gustavo Aguiar Translated by: Jafe Arnold Pacifism for Whom?
By: Jafe Arnold Tragedy & Farce: Reconsidering Marxian Superstructural Analysis of Heterodox Social Movements Part II: A Heuristic Reconsideration of Marxism and Modernity in Eurasia n the introduction to this series, we presented and provided some cursory remarks on the general topic of our investigation.
By: Paul Antonopolous Changing Turkish-Russian Relations Turkey appears unable to grasp Russia’s resolve and long-term planning ovember 24 2015 will forever mark the turning in Turkish and Russian relations. The Russian Sukhoi Su-24M tactical bomber jet was shot down by two Turkish F-16 Fighting Falcon jets.
By: Joaquin Flores Analysis of US and Israel Foreign Policy in IR Theory Perspective The ”Yinon” Plan for Greater Israel he general public is thought to be often exposed to various printed opinion pieces and editorials weighing the pros and cons of the present international system, and the role of the US within it.
By: Stevo M.
By: Andrew Korybko The Effectiveness of Soviet Interwar Foreign Policy oviet foreign policy before the Cold War has contradictorily been described as either being pragmatic and realistic or ineffective and idealistic. The true nature of interwar Soviet foreign policy lies somewhere in between both extreme designations. Although the Soviet Union did bungle some foreign policy […]
By: Angel Millar   Spirituality, Marxism, and the Future of Religion   In one of the more surprising remarks of the year so far, “as far as social-economic theory is concerned,”said the Dalai Lama in January, “I am still a Marxist.” Religion, spirituality, and socialism and capitalism have, perhaps, crisscrossed for well over a century [&
By: Nina Kouprianova Beyond Left and Right, Beyond Red and White: Framing the Liberation War in Donbass ( originally published here ) “There are no separate Russia or Ukraine, but one Holy Rus” – Elder Iona of Odessa The year 2014 saw an unprecedented surge of patriotism in contemporary Russia, which resulted in popularizing the notion […]
By: Tesha Teshanovic The Crimean Tatars are ready to help Turkey to lay the way to Russia and Eurasia From the begining of crisis in Ukraine and referendum on joining of Crimea to Russian federation, many of the western media have speculated what kind of efect will the crisis have on Tartar national minority that exists […]
By: Joshua Tartakovsky The Battle of Wills between the West and Russia: Which Side Will Win?
By: Joaquin Flores   The Disintegration of the United States and the Fourth Political Theory: A Brief Overview [originally published at the Greanville Post ]   he emerging debate over the potential and application for a Fourth Political Theory (4PT) in the United States is one of increasing concern and importance within the present world-crisis. In [&
By: Tesha Teshanovic Dimitrios Papageorgiou and Joshua Tartakovsky: Syriza – fraud or savior of Greece? We decided to interview two persons with opposing views on Syriza. First one is Dimitrios Papageorgiou, greek right wing journalist from Athenes , second one is Joshua Tartakovsky, independent left wing journalist and film maker from Jerusalim.
By: J.V Capone Tribune: Russian Spring- The Ukrainian Crisis and Prospects of Federal State of Novorossiya [The following is a translation of an article about this public educational, co-sponsored by the Center for Syncretic Studies, which appeared in New Serbian Political Thought (NSPM) Magazine, in Serbia.
By: Andrew Korybko Mainstream and Alternative Approaches to Regional Subsystems Multipolarity, Big Spaces, Eurasianism, Ethnogenesis, and the Clash of Civilizations [The following brief is from a series in our exclusive collection of the previously unpublished notes and works of the … Continue reading
By: Tesa Tesanovic We are Witnessing a Deep Crisis in the Model that is Offered by the EU and USA Member of the Executive Board of the Center for Syncretic Studies, Boris Nad, has given an interview for Serbian news portal Srbin.info, which we are reproducing. The price of oil has risen in last 6 months on lowest level since […]
By: N Wahid Azal Cui bono?
Manuel Ochsenreiter: Тoday´s Тhreat to Europe is the US Occupation   Interviewer: Dragana Trifkovic * Manuel Ochsenreiter is an award winning German journalist who regularly appears on RT covering subjects ranging from US military and economic hegemony in the world, to socio-political matters within Europe.
By: Dr. Misha Djurkovic Otpor, Canvas and Terrorism [We highly recommend that readers interested in this matter familiarize themselves with our prior articles on this most important subject.
By: Leonid V.