... on Global Review. When talking about the various influences on Russia’s foreign policy and on the creation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), Western journalists and professional kremlinologists generally mention the philosophy or ideology of Eurasianism. Eurasianism is a school of thought that was incepted by a group of Russian white emigre intellectuals almost a hundred years ago during the inter-war period in Europe. It is a complex system of ideas, which since then has produced various ...
- 17.11.2019 20:42:00
... and realpolitik
Putin is a realpolitiker. At the same time, he promotes Russian social and religious philosophy (Dostoyevsky, Ilin, Berdyaev, Solovyev) among the Russian administrative elite.
There is also a gradual convergence between neoclassical Eurasianism and pragmatic Eurasianism (i.e. the process of Eurasian economic integration).
7. The future of Russia is Greater Eurasia
Russia's national self-identification in the 21st century will increasingly take place under the slogan "Russia ...
- 13.09.2017 11:56:59
... his own unique interpretation on how political theories evolved in both Russia and the West. A special interest (and my personal sympathy) is aroused by his view on the theory of liberalism and on such concepts as postmodernism, post-structuralism and eurasianism itself.In the first chapter Kisoudis puts forward the thesis about the beginning of the new (i.e. the second) Cold War between Russia and the West. The Ukrainian conflict of 2014 is its starting point. Defining Russian-Western relations in ...
- 18.08.2017 10:09:32