“Import Substitution,” and What Comes After


The authorities and society, apart from the war, of course, are now most concerned about how to adapt to the new conditions. The novelty of these conditions is that we have been excluded from the West, and we have excluded the West from ourselves. Not that this is something completely new and unprecedented—in our history, we have very often found ourselves in exactly this kind of relationship with the West. And it’s no big deal. And this time nothing terrible will happen. But still, our lives will change significantly.

It’s Eurasia integration vs. Empire of Chaos


Talk about a day that will live forever in history: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 in Yiwu, Zhejiang province, China. The first China-Europe Block Train, carrying 82 containers of exported goods, leaves the massive industrial warehouse of Yiwu to Madrid, with arrival December 9, 2014.

Multipolarity – The Definition and the Differentiation Between its Meanings


From a purely scientific point of view, there still exists no full and complete theory of a multipolar world (TMW) to date, nor can it be found among the classical theories and paradigms of International Relations (IR). We will try to look for it in the latest post-positivist theories in vain. It is not fully developed in its final aspect, the sphere of geopolitical research. Time and time again this theme is openly comprehended, but still left “behind the scenes” or treated in too biased of a fashion within international relations.

Eurasianism: Beyond Good and Evil


In view of the fact that it has been conclusively established in the works of A. Dugin that Eurasianism is indeed a universal philosophy or Weltanschauung for people all over the world – even (or perhaps especially) for those living in nations directly under Atlanticist control – we must now attempt to illuminate the most basic principles which bind the diverse adherents of the International Eurasian Movement together.