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The Third Political Theory

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“We will march to fight for Holy Russia/
And spill as one our blood for her.”
—White Army song

The “Third Political Theory” (3PT) is what Alexander Dugin, in The Fourth Political Theory (2012), calls Fascism and National Socialism.[1]

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Dugin’s America

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Liberators: Kultur Terror – Anti-American Nazi Propaganda Poster (1944)

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Alexander Dugin is a popular, well-connected, and academically respected professor at Moscow State University. Unlike his North American and Western European counterparts, his ideas are not censored by Russia’s mainstream media, and he more or less enjoys the favor of Putin’s Russian government. While he’s indubitably the most prominent New Right thinker in Russia, his domestic influence and his ambitious efforts to build international partnerships and relationships have made him arguably the most prominent New Right thinker in the world.  Read more …

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Alexander Dugin, “The Eurasian Project & The Fourth Political Theory: Toward a Multi-Polar World”

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The Fourth Political Theory

Alexander Dugin
The Fourth Political Theory
London: Arktos Media, 2012
212 pages

only in paperback: $29

About The Fourth Political Theory

All the political systems of the modern age have been the products of three distinct ideologies Read more …

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Unthinking Liberalism:
Alexander Dugin’s The Fourth Political Theory

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Alexander Dugin
The Fourth Political Theory
London: Arktos, 2012

Arktos recently published what we can only hope will be the first of many more English translations of Alexander Dugin’s work. Read more …

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