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The National Identity of Russia in the 21st Century

... themselfes as "Eurasians." This is an unprecedented phenomenon. The Russian, being "Eurasian" does not impose his own worldview (as the Transatlanticist globalist does), but is able to reveal a common universal origin in other cultures - both of the West and the East. This is revealed in the Russian oecoumenical concept of "sobornost". The famous great Russian culture, like any great culture for that matter, is always simultaneously both global and deeply rooted in ...

Кофнер Юрий
Опубликовано:
13.09.2017 11:56:59

How the Refugee Crisis changed the conception of European identity

... considerations. Slovakia announced it would take only Christian refugees and not Muslims[3]. The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that ‘those arriving have been raised in another religion and represent a radically different culture’, adding that ‘Europe and European identity are rooted in Christianity’[4]. The Financial Times also raised this issue: ‘A motif of cultural self-defence, of Europe as a Christian fortress justifiably barred to Muslim hordes,...

Boudet Anne-Emmanuelle
Опубликовано:
30.03.2016 14:50:00

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