In the past few days, the annual meeting of the terrorist group of the Mujahedin-e Khalq was canceled due to reasons that they referred to as security problems.
Eternity and philosophy are more important than anything else
This interview by Pavel Kiselev with history and geopolitics expert Alexander Bovdunov addresses the current reality of Eastern Europe. The book that Bovdunov has just published has had a wide resonance among Russian conservatives and has become essential to study the political and philosophical processes in Eastern Europe.
Russia's special military operation in Ukraine began late last February after Moscow threw in the towel and surrendered to the evidence that neither Kiev nor Washington was in any way willing to provide those reasonable guarantees of security and stability for the Russian Federation that the Kremlin had long demanded.
The conflict in Ukraine is still not over. In the West we are bombarded with information in favour of Ukraine and the Ukrainians. We forget that the Russians also have their own point of view. That is why we interviewed Darya Dugin, daughter of Aleksandr Dugin, about the situation. A fascinating interview.
Although the era of colonial powers ended in the middle of the last century, France has not yet abandoned its attempts to exploit African states. In many of the countries that gained independence from the metropolis, Paris deployed puppet politicians.
We interviewed, exclusively, Darya Platonova Dugina, philosopher graduated from Moscow State University, specialised in Neoplatonism, able political commentator and daughter of Professor Aleksandr Dugin. The interview was made originlly bilingual (italian and russian), in order to be diffused also to the Russian-speaking public.
We publish, at the request of Zavtra's friends, the interview by Olga Andreeva with the Russian artist Alexey Guintovt, representative of the New Seriousness school, born in the early nineties on the banks of the Neva River. His powerful imagery, in the Muscovite manner, paradoxically combines the traditions of Russian Orthodox icon painting with the trends of the Russian Avant-garde and Constructivism, the totalitarian classicism of the great Soviet style with the formal "artificiality" of American Pop-Art. The works of Guintovt, already Kandinsky Prize several times, are exhibited in the largest museums around the world.