Author: Alexander Dugin
Translator: Jafe Arnold
Chapter 5 from Book 1, Part 2 of Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia (Arktogeya, Moscow: 2000)
1. Alain de Benoist’s Europe of a Hundred Flags
One of the few European geopolitical schools which has preserved an uninterrupted link with the ideas of the pre-war German continentalist geopoliticians is that of the “New Right.” This trend appeared in France in the late ’60’s and is associated with the philosopher and publicist Alain de Benoist, the leading figure of the movement.
The “New Right” sharply differs on practically all matters from the traditional French right consisting of monarchists, Catholics, Germanophobes, chauvinists, anti-communists, conservatives, etc. The “New Right” includes those who support “organic democracy,” pagans, Germanophiles, socialists, modernists, etc. At the beginning, the “left camp” so conventionally, extremely influential in France considered such to be a “tactical maneuver” by typical rightists, but with time…
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