Pax Rossica: The History of the Eurasianist Movement and the Fate of the Eurasianists

Makarov, V. G.
November 2008
Russian Social Science Review;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p49
Academic Journal
The article discusses the historic movement and fate of the Eurasians. It says the historic-philosophical doctrine of Eurasianism occupies a prominent place among the most significant intellectual innovations developed by the Russian emigration. It states that the special atmosphere in which the Eurasianist movement was born was created by the events of the first decades of the 20th century such as world war, the revolutions, the civil war, the emigration. It is suggested that Russia become an active player in the whole Eurasian space in setting a geopolitical strategy for the 21st century.


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