Eurasian Mission – An Introduction to Neo-Eurasianism by Alexander Dugin

By Alexander Dugin

In line with Alexander Dugin, the twenty-first century can be outlined via the clash among Eurasianists and Atlanticists. The Eurasianists safeguard the necessity for each humans and tradition in the world to be allowed to enhance in its personal approach, freed from interference, and based on their very own specific values. Eurasianists hence stand for culture and for the blossoming number of cultures, and a global during which no unmarried energy holds sway over the entire others. Opposing them are the Atlanticists. They stand for ultra-liberalism in either economics and values, preventing at not anything to extend their impact to each nook of the globe, unleashing battle, terror, and injustice on all who oppose them, either at domestic and in a foreign country. This camp is represented via the us and its allies all over the world, who search to take care of America's unipolar hegemony over the Earth. The Eurasianists think that just a robust Russia, operating including all those that oppose Atlanticism world wide, can cease them and produce concerning the multipolar international they wish. This e-book introduces their simple principles. Eurasianism is at the upward push in Russia this day, and the Kremlin's geopolitical guidelines are principally in response to its tenets, as has been said by means of Vladimir Putin himself. it truly is reshaping Russia's geopolitics, and its impact is already altering the process global historical past. "Essentially, the unipolar global is just a method of justifying dictatorship over humans and international locations. [...] i believe that we'd like a brand new model of interdependence. [...] this can be really appropriate given the strengthening and progress of convinced areas on the earth, which strategy objectively calls for institutionalization of such new poles, growing strong neighborhood firms and constructing principles for his or her interplay. Cooperation among those facilities may heavily upload to the soundness of worldwide safeguard, coverage and economy." - Vladimir Putin, Valdai membership, October 24, 2014 Alexander Dugin (b. 1962) is among the best-known writers and political commentators in post-Soviet Russia, having been lively in politics there because the Nineteen Eighties. as well as the numerous books he has authored on political, philosophical, and non secular subject matters, he's the chief of the overseas Eurasia circulate, which he based. For greater than a decade, he has been an consultant to Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin on geopolitical issues. Arktos released his ebook, The Fourth Political idea, in 2012, and Putin vs Putin: Vladimir Putin seen from definitely the right in 2014.

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The American political philosopher Francis Fukuyama writes about the “end of history,” which actually means the end of geopolitical history and the conflict between Atlanticism and Eurasianism. This means a new architecture for a new world system that contains no opposition and only one pole — the pole of Atlanticism. We may also refer to this as the New World Order. The former model of opposition between two poles (East-West or North-South) is transformed into a model of the center versus the outskirts, in which the center is the West, or the “rich North,” while the Global South is reduced to the outskirts).

More recent efforts at integration were led by the Romanov Empire of Russia and, later, the Soviet Union. Today, the Eurasian Union is continuing these traditions of integration using a unique ideological model that takes democratic procedures into consideration, respects the rights of its nations, and pays attention to the cultural, linguistic, and ethnic features of all members of the Union. Eurasianism is the philosophy of the integration of the post-Soviet territory on a democratic, nonviolent, and voluntary basis without the domination of any single religious or ethnic group.

Cooperation between Moscow and Kiev will demonstrate the pan-European attitudes of both Slavic countries. The above-mentioned factors also pertain to Belarus, where the intention to integrate is much more evident. However, the strategic and economic status of Belarus is less important to Moscow than those of Kiev and Astana. Moreover, the domination of a Moscow-Minsk axis will harm the prospects for integration with Ukraine and Kazakhstan. That is why integration with Belarus must proceed smoothly and without any sudden incidents, in tandem with other vectors of the Eurasian integration process.

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