Studies in East European Thought 52 (1-2):49-71 (2000)

Articulated in the twenties, the doctrines of the exiled Russian Evrazijstvo movement are undergoing a renaissance in Russia today. As the Evrazijstvo movement counted among the most original ideological currents of the Russian diaspora, association with its doctrines could well add to the reputation of a given group or groups. This is the case with the journal Elementy which considers itself as the inheritor of classical Evrazijstvo. Is this claim justified? The article is addressed to this question
Keywords The Evrazijstov movement  geopolitics  conservative revolution  national bolshevism  national socialism  liberalism  “the new world order”  “Mondialismus”
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DOI 10.1023/A:1026484604608
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