Category Archives: Post-1945

Some lessons on the revolutionary process

I do not view my courses – whether the traditional lecture classes nor the new online courses – as a podium to expound my political views. I disliked this as a student and now as an instructor frequently hear students … Continue reading

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Kiev, without comment

Blood on the steps of Kyiv's October Palace. pic.twitter.com/kSBGYhtyAL — Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) February 20, 2014 Makeshift #Euromaidan morgue at the Hotel #Ukraine. 50 protesters killed in last two days. Credit: @DavidMdzin pic.twitter.com/4fBGTS70so — Jack Stubbs (@jc_stubbs) February 20, 2014

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The historical importance of the events in Kiev

Walter Russel Mead, whose opinions I frequently (but not always) share, offers an interesting take on the events in Maidan Square. Kiev Violence Leaves 13 Dead. How bad will things have to get to prompt a policy change from the … Continue reading

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While Kiev burns …

Every night when the Sochi Olympics come on (and the pederasts at NBC suck up to the dictator Putin), my wife and I wonder how long the demos in Ukraine will go on before that country’s mob boss president asks … Continue reading

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