Alexander Dugin – A Russian scarecrow
An interview with Andreas Umland, Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation in Kyiv. Interview originally conducted by Rzeczpospolita (Poland).
RZECZPOSPOLITA: Can we call
Alexander Dugin a ...
Created on 20 March 2017
Eurasian Union vs. Fascist Eurasia
(Articles and Commentary)
 I use “fascism” here as a generic concept as developed in the comparative study of contemporary right-wing extremism by, among others, such scholars as
Alexander Galkin (Moscow), Walter Laqueur (Washington), ...
Created on 19 November 2015
... They seemed to be viewing it as a kind of power struggle between Russia, Europe and the US.
Another important quote I used came from a Russian thinker named Vadim Tsymbursky.
Alexander Dugin ...
Created on 17 December 2014
4 (XIII)/2014: Moldova: The Star Pupil of Europe's East?
... profile of
Alexander Dugin by Anton Shekhovtsov
An interview with Nikolai Malishevski on Belarusian state ideology
A report on Armenia labour migration to Russia
Much, much ...
Created on 01 September 2014
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