The editor and writer Christian Bouchet just published a work in French by the Russian author Alexander Dugin, published in Russian in 1997 and entitled The Templars of the Proletariat. At this time Dugin co-directed the National Bolshevi
The establishment of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has a history going back much further than that of the Customs Union and Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC), and bears potential exceeding the geographical boundaries of the union itself.
We must understand Julius Evola’s work in the same vein as we understand Heidegger’s approach to metaphysics and Western civilization.
I. Marxism and Liberalism – A Double Headed Hydra
There is no significant difference between Marx and John Stuart Mill, both were the defenders and the purveyors of a chauvinistic mentality.
The New Nationalism must draw examples from the old, but with a view geared towards a solid future. As such, as the Neo-Eurasianism of today draws from the Eurasianism of Trubetzkoy, the Pan-Slavism of today must draw from the Pan-Slavism of the XIX century, or more specifically, of the Conventions and the viewpoints of all its particular delegates. All of them have a lesson for us, nearly two centuries later.
Parerga & Paralipomena for Robert Steuckers’ Europa II. De l’Eurasie aux périphéries, une géopolitique continentale (Madrid: BIOS, 2017)
Traditionalist and Identitarian Notes on Jason Reza Jorjani’s Prometheus and Atlas (London: Arktos, 2016)