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How the Russia-Ukraine War Turned the Political Climate in France Upside Down

”Read: What French Presidential Election Means for French Muslims and TurkeyAside from the discussion of whether the left would be a remedy in the face of this storm, where the extreme right ideas sailed into the stern, Liberation Newspaper asks: where was the left? At the beginning of the election campaign, the newspaper asked, “Well, who will protect Muslims, women, Jews, officials, intellectuals, and other targets from this hate speech?” and argued that the left should come out with an inevitable historical mission.

“Historical Russia”: Russian, Ukrainian, and Polish Nationalisms

The personality of Prince Vyshnevetsky in historical retrospective reflected the basic principles of Ukrainian foreign and domestic policy from the 1890s to the 1910s: the loyalty of official Kyiv to the ideals of Orthodox-Slavic unity; good neighborly and partnership relations with Russia, Belarus, Moldova, and Poland; benevolent neutrality in relations with Turkey; and public consensus between all ethnic and religious groups and forces within the country, which completely suited the Kremlin.

The Montreux Convention and the Russia-Ukraine War

The existing convention on the Turkish Straits, known as the “Montreux Convention Regarding the Regime of the Straits” or simply the “Montreux Convention,” was signed on July 20, 1936, between nine states including Turkey, at the meeting held at Montreux, Switzerland under the pre-World War II conditions.