Vladimir Putin

Statement by Alexander Dugin following today's media confusion

Statement by Alexander Dugin following today's media confusion

The West and CYPSO have started to imply that I and Russian patriots have turned against Putin after the Kherson surrender, allegedly demanding his resignation. This comes from nowhere and is based on an allegedly deleted message of mine. It is clear that no one will believe it. But to be sure: no one has turned their back on Putin, I and all Russian patriots support him unconditionally.

Erdogan in Kiev, Putin in Beijing: can neo-Ottomanism fit into Greater Eurasia?


The Chinese year of the Black Water Tiger started with a big bang – a live Beijing summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping – and a minor bang – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Kiev, Ukraine. And yes, it’s all interlinked.

Putin is now forever


Everything has cleared up. The reform of the Russian Constitution was needed by the authorities in order to extend Putin's powers beyond 2024. Everything has fallen into place and the intrigue has successfully resolved. Putin will always be.

Interview with The Financial Times


Lionel Barber: Mr President, you head for Osaka shortly as the senior statesman at the G20. Nobody has been to so many international meetings of this grouping and the G7 over the last 20 years while you have been in charge of Russia.