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Oriental Review
The Oriental Review is an Open Dialogue research journal.


Articles by Oriental Review :

Ethnic And Cultural Cleansing In Ukraine – OpEd

By Andrew Korybko On the centennial anniversary of “Russophilic” individuals (Rusyns) from modern-day Ukraine being sent to concentration camps, history

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Beacon That Is East Ukraine Or Are You On The Right Side Of History? – OpEd

By Daniel Patrick Welch As the fog of war descends, it is important to shout a few main points from

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De-Escalation In Ukraine As Seen By Joe Biden – OpEd

By Nikolay Bobkin According to the White House briefing, the Vice-President Joe Biden’s visit to Ukraine was to demonstrate the

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What Does Crimea Mean To Russia? – OpEd

On March 18, 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a historic speech about the reunification of Crimea and Russia.  A

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Is The Crimean Referendum Legal? – Analysis

By Alexander Mezyaev On March 16, Crimea is to hold a referendum to define its fate. The decision has evoked

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World News 

Is The New Ukrainian Government Legal? – Analysis


By Alexander Mezyaev A number of international organizations are in the process of studying the legal aspects of the situation

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Sochi: Bringing Olympic Spirit Back To The Games – OpEd

As the Olympic torch draws closer to Sochi, an international media campaign is in full swing, attempting to question Russia’s

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How Foreign Office Dares To Judge Libya And Iraq On Human Rights – OpEd

y Vladimir Odintsov The remarkable aspiration of the British Foreign Office to only accuse the administrations of Libya and Iraq for the current

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