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Kazakhs Worried After Putin Questions History of Country's Independence
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Kazakhs Worried After Putin Questions History of Country's Ind...

Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev (L) and Russia's President Vladimir Putin pose for a photo during their meeting in Minsk, Belarus. President Vladimir Putin has said Kazakhstan's history ofindependent statehood is scant andits ... Moscow Times, 2 hours ago

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Events At Stanford, 4 days ago

The Deluge: The Great War, America and the Remaking of the Global Order, 1916%E2%80%931931

Tooze (The Wages of Destruction), professor of history and codirector of international security studies at Yale University, successfully maps the "emergence of [a] new order of power" from the ashes of WWI. That order was U.S.-centered and had ...
 PublishersWeekly.com2 days ago

​Creative chaos redux: The Black Sea pivot and the evolving project for the Greater Middle East

in İstanbul, with a wide interest in the politics, history and culture of the Balkans and the Greater Middle East. He tweets at @theerimtanangle Published time: August 19, 2014 14:55 The events of the past weeks and months show that ...
 Russia Today1 week ago Creative chaos redux: The Black Sea pivot and the evolving project for the Greater Middle East  Panorama.am1 week ago
Events At Stanford

Re-writing the Russian conquest of Central Asia

History Corner, Room 002 Map Sponsored by: CREEES Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies Russian expansion into Central Asia in the 19th century is usually seen either as the product of lobbying by big capitalist interests in ...
 Events At Stanford2 weeks ago China's victory in Ukraine  Korea Times2 weeks ago Russia to pay price over Ukraine  Taipei Times Online3 weeks ago U.S.-Russia standoff has global repercussions  Japan Times1 month ago

Spice route to history

| Divya Kaushik Chef Arzooman Irani was gifted an old recipe book written in 1906 by Harry Blake, one of the early settlers of Whitefield. He recreated some recipes from it to form a special menu that is a window to the rich heritage and ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago

The untold war: Two books rethink how the world was shaped by the Second World War

This is the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Second World War and the flood of books on history's most destructive conflict continues. Two of the latest volumes in that river of retrospection are imaginative studies that substantially alter ...
 Globe and Mail1 month ago

S. Korea, Uzbekistan work together on 'Eurasian Initiative'

By Bakhtiyor Ibragimov Since the establishment of diplomatic relations, South Korea has remained a stalwart partner of Uzbekistan and been rendering consistent support in implementing large-scale national projects in the country and modernization ...
 Korea Times1 month ago [Weekender] Uncertainties linger over future Korea-China relations  Korea Herald1 month ago Uncertainties linger over future Korea-China relations  ACQ Magazine4 weeks ago

From the Mongolian steppes to the Eurasian empire — III

Our Mongolian tour guide, Odka, was a very gentle woman. So polite and courteous that she seemed a rather unlikely descendant of Chengez Khan, Kublai Khan and Halaku Khan, who struck terror all around. Chengez Khan, whose name is almost synonymous ...
 Daily Times1 month ago

Opportunities for deeper Russia-Belarus integration provided by Eurasian Economic Union - Putin

"The unity of the Russian and Belarusian people is exactly what the heroes of the Great Patriotic War were fighting for and dreamed about," Putin said. "Let the glorious traditions of fraternity, mutual help and unity further serve as a reliable ...
 Voice of Russia2 months ago Great Patriotic War heroes fought for unity of Russian, Belarusian people — Putin  Itar Tass2 months ago

Preserving history for the future

For Xie Yanming who heads a team of about 10 people guarding the ruins of Suoyang City in the Gobi Desert, it is an unbelievable honor to have their work brought to international attention. (Source: China Daily) BEIJING, July 1 (Xinhuanet) -- For ...
 Xinhua News Agency2 months ago
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