The meeting to be held on August 9 that is very important in terms of the interests of the two countries, is a start, but also the beginning of a very challenging struggle. After this stage, the healing of relationships to try to prevent the American forces of the struggle will be the beginning. When it is brought to the best level of relations as in the case of Serbia, the CIA got caught in its relationships with the underground work. Turkey – Russia relations prepared for these obstacles and move forward to the end of the case you need to be careful.
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Author: Alexander Dugin Translator: Jafe Arnold Written in 1992 for publication in the newspaper Den, but rejected for being too “intellectualist”; subsequently published in…
This is a calm before the storm. The situation in Novorossia has reached a dead end. Pressure on Russia is growing by the minute. We are under a powerful onslaught. Anyone who actively supports Putin, links up with the Eurasian network, and defies the American Beast, is currently under attack. Under heavy fire. This fire grows. Pressure becomes increasingly strong. Betrayal is particularly unpleasant in this situation. It is unfortunate when the enemy is well aware of how dangerous you are to him, whereas your potential friend seems to be unaware of your usefulness. Herein lies the real test. One can endure it only through a powerful idea. Despite psychological tricks and complex network games that our opponents use to strangle us.
Multipolarism, in comparison with unipolarity and globalism, is not just an appeal to the old or a call for preserving everything as it is. Multipolarism does not insist either on preserving national states (the Westphalian world) or on restoring the bipolar model (the Yalta world), nor on freezing that transitional state where international life is currently positioned. Multipolarism is a look into the future (that which has not yet been), a project of organization of the world order on absolutely new principles and elements, and thus, a serious revision of the ideological, philosophical, and sociological axioms that modernity rests upon.
Although in the core of Eurasianism historically there are Russians, Eurasianism is a very open, polycentric model. The presentation on Vidovdan in Serbia is associated with very deep, strong organic ties that exist between Serbia and Russia. For us, Serbia is the western vanguard of our civilization. Civilization is Eurasian, and Serbia is in some ways Eurasian. Although this is a European state, it is an Orthodox country, it is closely connected historically with the Russian state. It is connected with a completely unique identity, Balkan, in a sense Turanian, because many people came here to the Balkans from the territory of Turan in ancient times.
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In the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, there was a press conference of Alexander Dugin, Leonid Savin and Alexei Belyaev-Gintovt, dedicated to the opening of the office of the International Eurasian Movement in Serbia. Representatives of local mass media and the public gathered in the hall of the “Moscow” hotel. News Front broadcasted live from the scene.
In 2012, Vladimir Putin again became the President of the Russian Federation. This was accompanied by a number of internal and external events that have a direct bearing on geopolitics. Putin’s return dramatically changed Russia’s geopolitical course, which began to tilt toward Atlanticism during Dmitry Medvedev’s presidential term.
The appropriate response to Jorjani and others of the alt-right intelligentsia is surely to question their arguments through an honest public exchange of ideas. Tensions over the rise of the alt-right are only exacerbated by an absence of substantive debate.
Lecture of Leonid Savin in the Institute of Caucasian Studies of Tehran University.
May 21, 2017 was held lecture of chief editor of Geopolitica.ru Leonid Savin in the Institute of Caucasian Studies of Tehran University (Islamic Republic of Iran).
The leader of the International Eurasian Movement met with the President of Moldova Igor Dodon.
The international conference “From Atlantic to Pacific: for a common destiny of the peoples of Eurasia” has taken place on the 26-27 of May in the capital of Moldova. Among the participants there are the leading intellectuals from Moldova, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Georgia, France. The main goal of the conference is the the analysis of the crisis of European union and modernity and the development of the new political theory, which will be the the alternative to the liberal totalitarianism.
Were Erdogan’s trips to India, Russia, Kuwait and China a message to the United States ahead of his meeting with Trump? Was Erdogan trying to show he has some strong trump cards? Or were the trips the sign of a genuine Eurasian drive? Is Turkey’s Eurasianist leaning driven by economic interests only, or does it signal a structural change in its foreign policy and strategic vision? And if Ankara is serious about a Eurasianist future, which of the four variants will ultimately prevail? How will the mounting power struggle between them affect the state apparatus? The first clues on these critical questions are likely to emerge in the coming weeks.
“Turkey is now more and more inclined to dialogue and discuss the Syrian problem with Moscow, and not with Washington, and the alliance I wrote about – the Moscow-Ankara Axis acquires visible features,” said A. Dugin
Two geopolitical strategies – the Eurasian and the Atlantic – in relation to the Caucasus are mutually exclusive . Here, as in chess, you can not play both “for whites” and “for blacks . ” Therefore, the republics of the South Caucasus have a certain freedom of choice. It is quite obvious that none of them has sufficient geopolitical potential to pretend to play in the new conditions – the rules of the game are determined knowingly, and it is possible to choose only a camp and complicity in a particular strategy. This is the moment of geopolitical freedom in strictly defined frames .
Financial and economic globalization is already in the past. The next act of world drama is the construction of a global electronic concentration camp. And for people from Silicon Valley, David Rockefeller is a dinosaur of the twentieth century. The dinosaur did its work and quietly went into oblivion. The greedy dinosaurs of financial capitalism and financial globalization are being replaced by even greedy and aggressive jackals of the digital world.
I’m forbidden to appear on some channels, on some programs. I’m doing it a little now. But here, due to the fact that I refuse to glorify this ingeniously clever plan, it is ugliness, to praise it as the great wisdom of all times and peoples. Ugliness is ugliness! And, criminal, bloody, dishonest ugliness. When I say this, they tell me that I rock the boat. And I speak the truth and do not swing anything. I am a supporter of Putin, Russia, and it’s hard to suspect me otherwise. But when they show the horse and say “this is a cat”, I still say – no, this is not a cat. With all the wild love for Putin – no.
So today we can talk about the geopolitics of the Russian-Shia Alliance. Of course, Russia makes this choice not so much in ideological, religious as in the pragmatic sphere, but nevertheless, the fact of the Russian-Shia Alliance is obvious. I suggest to pay attention to it. And not coincidentally, the same forces that confront our two countries – Russia and Iran – in Syria, fighting us in other parts of the globe. And even in the North Caucasus, on our own territory. And in Bahrain, in Yemen – we are today on all fronts together. This is no accident. Russian-Shia Alliance – the imperative of modern Russian (and Iranian) politics.
With us this time is Leonid Savin, Moscow State University, for a long interview as member of the Eurasian Movement, founded by the philosopher Alexandr Dugin and his close associate. Dr. Savin is the author of several books about the main issues of geopolitics and recently participated as moderator for a panel discussion at the Russian Parliament on, among other things, patriotic education and falsification of History.
How close are you with Putin?
“It’s hard to say, I am not so close to the President as some think, but many ideas that I expressed in philosophy, politics, have influenced many including Putin. It should not be exaggerated, although it is true that there was a genuine influence on my ideas to the President. Ideas have one of their own destiny and can influence policy logic and history. Ideas are living entities and can find many ways to reach people. The problem with the West is precisely this, is that no longer believes in the idea, that in the West is no longer recognized. “