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A big question about civil conflicts

I never understood the thing of civil war. It’s like you really don’t like living with someone in the same house, and you burn it down for sake of a better life. How could this result in a better life? … Continue reading

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How globalism increases costs of territory annexion

We live in a world that is far more complicated than it was in 1950s. I don’t remember any significant territory of one country being annexed by another country since then. However, in 2014 it has happened with Ukrainian autonomous … Continue reading

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Beautiful photos of Kiev, 2013

Commenting rampant absurdity that has been going on in Ukraine for a few months now from a common sense perspective is getting harder every day, so I am going to refrain from it going forward. A year ago, on May 9-12th … Continue reading

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Shit is creeping up: government blocks Ukrainian IT portal

As I have already written at Internet Privacy Level 2 for cheap in December, that Internet is getting an increasingly creepy place and you’d be better to start doing something about it. I wrote quite a paranoid piece in January, 2014 … Continue reading

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So insane: Russian army invades Ukraine ‘to protect…’

Just as a quick recap of what happened last week: I am back to Moscow, lots of photos from Vietnam, lots of new experience, great vacations sadly came to an end 😦 Current mess between Russia and Ukraine is so … Continue reading

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