Vladimir Putin Viewed from the Right
In Putin vs Putin, Dr Alexander Dugin presents a portrait of a leader at a pivotal juncture. Balancing liberal democratic desires for Western reforms and alliances with a patriotic duty to uphold Russia’s traditions and power, Putin’s dualistic approach is scrutinised. Dugin argues that for Putin to maintain popular support, he must prioritise Russia’s identity and sovereignty amidst internal liberal opposition and external pressures.
Dugin asserts that Russia’s path to preserving its unique civilisation is through fostering a multipolar world where power is distributed among various major nations, countering America’s unipolar influence. This book offers an insider’s perspective on Russia’s geopolitical strategy and Putin’s role in the global shift away from single-nation supremacy.