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  • The article presents the history of the Euro-Asian movement, as an original concept of Russian political thought originating from the early 1920s. Its creators were convinced of the need to create a huge empire that would encompass a sizeable part
  • of Eurasia. Such concepts are now being recalled and reinstated in today's Russia, the movement's leading exponent being A. Dugin, whose views are presented and assessed here. A final part of the article focuses on the geopolitical consequences of programmes
  • The report is devoted to migratory movements of population during the World War II over the area contained between the pre-war eastern and the post-war resettlements and deportations of population took place. They affected altogether 30 million
  • people. Due to changing military situation the movement processes were characterized by instability in time and space. They were changing as to their intensity and geographical directions. From the point of view of national composition they were
  • -Europe movement are detailed, as well as its successes and failures. An effort is made to demonstrate that the achievements of this outstdnaing precursor of the idea of the unbiting Europe formed one of the inspirations behind actions serving in the post
  • This article presents the geopolitcal concepts of Alexander Dugin, a contemporary political activist from Russia who represents the so-called Euroasiatic Movement. Dugin feels an affinity for the vision of Russia as a great continental empire, while
  • 1939 and 1946, and then 1950, which was the result of the changes in the course of boundaries, and of war losses, but also of the enormous movements of the population. – (BJ)