Author: Олена Семеняка

Intermarium Support Group: changing regimes worldwide since 2014


“FOIA research” seems to be an amateur echo of the “blessed era” of the communist unrest in the third world […]

Belarusian Maidan gains momentum


If you missed the developments in Belarus, the Belarusian Maidan is unfolding there right now after the yet-another-one reelection of […]

The Azov Movement has no intent to appear in Lisbon on the weekend


According to some dubious sources the quality of which does not allow citing them, the “Azov Battalion” is going to […]

Arthur Moeller van den Bruck on the “young” Ukrainian nation


Arthur Moeller van den Bruck on the “young” Ukrainian nation, or why the current of “Conservative Revolution” is not about […]

Choose: subculture or activism


In case somebody missed it. As the one in charge of National Corps’ international policies, I always have to find […]

Land reform in times of corruption and war: why National Corps protests against lifting up the moratorium on agricultural land’s sale by Zelensky’s government


A note of elucidation for my foreign friends. While on the quarantine, on behalf of the Intermarium Support Group, I […]

On my connection to Alexei Levkin


No need to comment on such a low-quality article*. In the course of last several months and especially on the […]

Lessons for nationalists from the Ukrainian parliamentary elections


Parliamentary election-2019 in Ukraine widened the gap between political representation and nationalists as an engine of the Maidan Revolution. As […]