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Aleksandr Dugin's Transformation from a Lunatic Fringe Figure into a Mainstream Political Publicist, 1980–1998: A Case Study in the Rise of Late and Post-Soviet Russian Fascism
The paper 1 1 The paper expands on my earlier survey: Toward an Uncivil Society? Contextualizing the Recent Decline of Parties of the Extreme Right Wing in Russia, 2002. On Dugin's fascism, seeExpand
Toward an Uncivil Society? Contextualizing the Decline of Post-Soviet Russian Parties of the Extreme Right Wing
In this article I use some findings of research into non-Russian civil societies and uitranationalisms, as well as selected examples of nonparty Russian right-wing extremism, to illustrate that theExpand
Toward an Uncivil Society? Contextualizing the Recent Decline of Extremely Right-Wing Parties in Russia
Since the late 1990s, the relative weight of ultra–nationalist parties in Russian parliamentary and extra–parliamentary politics has, after reaching a certain peak in the mid–1990s, declined. TheExpand
Aspects of the Orange Revolution III: The context and dynamics of the 2004 Ukrainian presidential elections
The third volume of Aspects of the Orange Revolution complements the essays of the first two collections providing further historical background on, and analytical insight into, the events at Kyiv inExpand
Is Aleksandr Dugin a Traditionalist?“Neo‐Eurasianism” and Perennial Philosophy
H ow relevant is Integral Traditionalism or Philosophia Perennis to an adequate assessment of the multifaceted phenomenon of post-Soviet Russian "neo-Eurasianism," as a whole, and to the eclecticExpand
Challenges and Promises of Comparative Research into Post-Soviet Fascism: Methodological and Conceptual Issues in the Study of the Contemporary East European Extreme Right
The international study of fascism has, over the last 25 years, experienced considerable consolidation. Inspired by influential theoretical publications of Roger D. Griffin and others, a newExpand
Kulturhegemoniale Strategien der russischen extremen Rechten Die Verbindung von faschistischer Ideologie und metapolitischer Taktik im „Neoeurasismus“ des Aleksandr Dugin
Wahrend die westeuropaische „Neue Rechte“ bei ihrem Versuch, die kulturelle Hegemonie im EU-Raum zu erlangen, bisher nur masige Erfolge erzielt hat, ist es wahrend des vergangenen Jahrzehnts einerExpand
Post-Soviet 'Uncivil Society' and the Rise of Aleksandr Dugin: A Case Study of the Extraparliamentary Radical Right in Contemporary Russia
Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Cambridge for the degree of Doctor of PhilosophyThis dissertation argues that, in Russia, the extremeExpand