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JULY 2010


Window On Eurasia: Circassians Radicalized By Moscow’s ‘Double Standards’ In Ossetia, Exiled Leader Says

posted by eagle on July, 2010 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA


TUESDAY, JULY 20, 2010

Window on Eurasia: Circassians Radicalized by Moscow’s ‘Double Standards’ in Ossetia, Exiled Leader Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, July 20 – The "double standards” behind Russia’s nationality policy -- very much on view "when the Kremlin recognizes a small part of the Ossetian people as an independent state while leaving the larger part within Russia and the right to choose its future” -- are radicalizing the Circassians, according to one of their leaders in exile.
In an interview conducted by Fatima Tlisova and posted on the Kavkaz-Uzel.ru portal, Murat Berzegov argues that what Moscow has done regarding the two Ossetias is radicalizing Circassians across the North Caucasus who are now asking why they are being attacked for demanding that they be treated equally (www.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/171772/).
This interview is important because it provides the clearest indication yet of the ways in which Moscow’s invasion of Georgia in August 2008 and subsequent recognition of Abkhazia ...

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Radio Adiga: Murat Berzegov: Single Cherkessia Is A Constitutional Right Of Circassian People

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Murat Berzegov: Single Cherkessia is a constitutional right of Circassian people 

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July 17, 2010, 21:30 

Murat Berzegov, founder and chairman of a nonprofit organization, "The Circassian Congress" was granted political asylum in the United States. He felt that his life was in Russia and his family in danger. Berzegov always opposed the unification of the Krasnodar region and Adygea Republic, believing that it only hurt Adygein ethnicity. Circassian issue is rooted in century-old Caucasian war, which resulted in a large part of living in tsarist Russia, the Circassians were forced to leave their homeland and settle in more than 40 countries worldwide. Now part of the Circassians, Russia and representatives of the Circassian Diaspora of various countries need to recognize the genocide of their people in the second half of the 19th century and allow the Circassians return. The Extraordinary Congress of the Circassian people 23 November 2008 a proposal was made ...

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Window On Eurasia: Environment Destruction At Sochi Now ‘Impossible To Stop,’ Russia’s Top Ecologist Says

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FRIDAY, JULY 9, 2010

Window on Eurasia: Environment Destruction at Sochi Now ‘Impossible to Stop,’ Russia’s Top Ecologist Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, July 9 – Viktor Danilov-Danilyan, director of the Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Water Problems, says that the environmental devastation in and around Sochi as a result of construction for the 2014 Olympic Games not only is now "a forbidden theme” for the Russian media but in the time remaining is "impossible to stop.”
Consequently, he argues in an interview published this week it is "senseless to protest” what is going on there, all the more so since the destruction of the ecology of that region is only a drop in the bucket compared to the devastation of the Russian environment particularly during the last decade (www.argumenti.ru/society/n245/67419/).
But just how bad the situation really is, Danilov-Danilyan continues, is unknown even to the country’s top leaders. The reason? Over the last decade, he ...

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Window On Eurasia: Adygey Representation In Moscow Offering Courses In Circassian And English

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 2010

Window on Eurasia: Adygey Representation in Moscow Offering Courses in Circassian and English

Paul Goble

Staunton, July 7 – The Permanent Representation of the Adygey Republic in Moscow, the office which links the Russian capital and that North Caucasian federal subject, has announced that it is now offering courses in two Circassian dialects as well as in English, the latest indication of the growing role of such institutions inside the Russian Federation.
In response to requests from Circassians living in Moscow, the Permanent Representation has organized three different weekend language classes: one in which those enrolled study Western Adygey, a second in which they study the Kabardino-Circassian dialect, and a third in which they learn English (www.adyga-postpredstvo.ru/press-center/news/64/1834/).
Officials at the Representation said they were "especially pleased” to report that "many of the students displayed interest” not only in learning the Circassian dialect of their ancestors but also learning the dialect of ...

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