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.
Europe’s energy geopolitics and the security of EU energy supplies is getting very dicey as in contentious. The latest developments revolve around who will be the major suppliers of natural gas to the EU markets going forward.
The pressure is escalating against the development of China as a global factor.
On 27 November Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, already at odds with the unelected bureaucrats of the European Union over his insistence on the right to decide whether Brussels or national elected governments shall be allowed to become citiz
China has appeared on the world stage as a "Global Power" with military might and the world’s fastest growing economy.
The word imperialism, meaning the tendency of a State to expand in a wide geographic space and to impose its political, military and economical dominion, is a relatively recent neologism. In 1920 Lenin noted that since a pair of decades, in the historical period started with the Hispano-American war (1898) and the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902), “in the economical and political terminology of the old and the new world appear[ed] day by day more frequently the term imperialism”1 and quoted as an example a work called Imperialism, which the British economist J. A. Hobson had published in 1902 in London and New York.