that of Aleksandr Dugin’s neo-fascist treatise, Foundations of Geopolitics. 2 The impact of this intended “Eurasianist” textbook on key elements among. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Aleksandr Dugin’s Foundations of Geopolitics | One perceptive observer of the Russian political scene. I came across this topic as I myself was looking for an English translation of ” Foundations of Geopolitics” by A. Dugin to share with my.

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NATO is now irrelevant. Dugin credits General Geopolitice Klokotov of the Academy of the General Staff as co-author and main inspiration, [7] though Klokotov denies this. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I just made a thread a few hours ago trying to start a discussion on this. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one foundatiions thousands of communities. I selected these goals as examples because they have all either been accomplished or are being worked toward.

First, I will look at Syria. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Does this article seem insane, now fojndations the president of SK has been impeached? This book was written by Aleksandr Dugin, an ‘academic’ and outspoken Eurasianist. If you wish to promote your own site contact the moderators for the self-promotion policy. Out of nowhere they quote Mr. Russia would use that weakness racism and magnify it as much as they possibly could.

The Geopolitical Future of Russia self. Solomiya Dzera marked it as to-read Nov 17, As I said, a Russian pipedream.

The overarching theme of Geopolitics is that the goal of Russia should be the “Finlandization” of Europe. Russia needs to create “geopolitical shocks” within Turkey. Women and slaves couldn’t vote. Basically everyone is Russian now.


If you would want to know What Would Hitler Do? The textbook geopllitics in a sophisticated program of subversion, destabilization, and disinformation spearheaded by the Russian special services. Perhaps we will have to see over the next several years to see how the Russo-Chinese relationship develops, but to me it feels like the same as if the United States were to try to destabilize the European Union, due to the prowess it could hold. We pride ourselves in being a community that values quality and insight.


There is one on Amazonbut it appears to be highly problematic. I think the argument would go along the lines of “American news usually follows the ‘if it bleeds it leads’ philosophy, thus RT only did the same. Let’s not even go to the discussion that Russia can even defeat China at some way that makes them surrender these regions. He’s criticized Putin for not being more aggressive in Geopoliics, and Putin has kept him at a safe distance so he can harness the crazy without Dugin calling him at 3: He is, despite his own denial, an extreme nationalist, and as a nationalist, he believes his country to be supreme.

I do not think that Dugin has any influence over Putin. Interesting that you deny historical reality. Retrieved from ” https: I would go further in fact, and say that basic knowledge of the Russo-Georgian War shows that Russia held back quite significantly.

After the events of I geopolitis that this book needs to be read and studied. Dugin is not a puppet master, he is a goon left zleksandr from the Soviet Union who is founvations giving us an insight into the goals of the Kremlin. As the reviewers on Teopolitics point out, this seems like the output of Google Translate, not the work of a professional translator. That, but not only, should be enough for believing that internal political structure matters and that democracy is the best one although with many imperfections and flaws, in case it isnt obvious.


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The two countries’ interests simply do not align as perfectly as we would like. Dunlop stated that “the impact of this intended ‘Eurasianist’ textbook on key Russian elites testifies to the worrisome rise of fascist ideas and sentiments during the late Yeltsin and the Putin period”.

But in all seriousness America is a far cry from what it is made out to be. The claim is that existing tensions already exist. I also asked if he could recommend other books that would help to better understand Putin’s ideology. China is more important to ROK geopolitically due to its sway over DPRK and it also seems that the historical relationship also favours them.

Recall that before Trump was elected, Duterte was making hostile statements toward the US president. RT is widely agreed to be the mouthpiece of the Russian gov’t. Which is not unlike the strategy of many politicians when jockeying for power — some right here in the US of A Huge Wall. Aleksadr used google translator to make sure the citations in that wikipedia article reflected what was actually in the book, but trying to use google translator on the entire book isn’t practical.

But that’s not where the parallels end between og year-old book and current events. To combat it requires a public and media willing to be analytical and critical of the more subtle, insidious attempts to manipulate opinion.

Of course, this could change. I am posting this because I believe the events of warrant a discussion on Dugin and his “Fourth Political Theory” Are you familiar with a Russian aleksanddr Aleksandr Dugin?