... distinguish certain aspects of the latter. Obviously, the first such problem is what V. Naumkin called curing the “ diseases of society ” that push young people to radical ideologies. Accordingly, the question arises: What do young men and women that travel to the Islamic State seek? The answer is not a riddle wrapped up in an enigma. If the request for change in the Arab countries maintains ... ... maxim, known to every Soviet TV viewer that one cannot make people happy against their will, is the lesson to be learned by the Western world from the colonialism of the past and interventionism of recent years. If the request for change in the Arab countries ...
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... technology era with numerous ways for self-expression and the dissemination of the narrative. Hence, the pre-modern substance of the Islamic State is spreading though totally postmodern channels, allowing public executions to be displayed via the Internet rather ... ... alternative project for social integration. And the most spectacular proof appears to lie in the decades-long inability of the West to handle the migration problem. The civilized world cannot offer a new religion, which would provide society with the degree of social integration it craves after being a social and not quite rational creature. Moreover, the liberal ...
In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
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