A Quarta Teoria Política (em russo: Четвертая политическая теория; transl.: Chetvertaya Politicheskaya Teoriya) é um livro da autoria do politólogo russo Aleksandr Dugin publicado em Los sancionados eurasistas son Alexander Dugin, Andrey Kovalenko, y Pavel Kanishchev, además de la La Cuarta Teoría Política (4TPes). Alexander Dugin: After the collapse of communism came the phase of the “ unipolar .. ), in Spanish translation as La Cuarta Teoría Política (Molins de Rei.

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The main intermediary space is Middle East politics above all Turkey. This project is supported by some fraction in liberal Global Government as was the case with the Chinese reforms in s.

Relations are most important constitutional Harmony should prevail All oppositions are relative Order is based on ethics There is neither pure subjectivity nor pure objectivity. International Relations deals with the State as such.

This is very important. The Nation is the national State Etat-Nationit is not the people or an ethnic group. International Relations are relations between these Poiltica.

What kind of State? This is the first, very important principle. When we are dealing with the concept of the State, we are dealing with historically Western concepts about how political reality should be organized and studied.

This is a modern paradigm. Modernity has transformed the Western mentality and has taken only part of the traditional Western mentality of the alfxander ages or antiquity and transformed it into a new kind, a new version. International Relations was born as a discipline in the beginning of the 20th century.

It is Western and modern. Western modernity is different from Western pre-modernity.

Dugin, Alexander La Cuarta Teoria Politica ( 2013)

This is very important from an historical point of view. In it you paid attention to Slavic and Serbian Logos? Can you say something more about this? I have already published two volumes on East European civilization and the part is dedicated to Serbian Logos.

Los precursores iraníes de la cuarta teoría política

I have discovered that Serbs are essentially warriors. That is the heritage of White Serbia and the ancient history — it seems that Sarmatian factor played here important role. But Serbs have settled in the Balkan region where long before first indo-europeans prevailed ancient matriarchy — the civilization of the Great Mother — its rests we see in Lepenski Vir, Vincia and so on.

So there is hidden influence of Logos of Cybele in Serbian tradition as well. Teorai think that Kosovo battle and the epic choice cjarta king Lazar is key to Serbian identity: Serb is that who prefers the glorious death for Orthodox faith and Serbian motherland to any richness and gifts from alexanser enemy. So I think Serbs are not only people… You Serbs are a kind of mystical community, a Church of king Lazar devoted to the Kosovo as eternal example of loyalty, will, dignity and special kind of purely Serbian sanctity… All that I tried to explore in Noomakhia dedicated to Slavs and to Balkan civilization as alsxander.


By the way I have discover that it is wrong to represent Balkans as periphery of Europe. In some sense it is cradle of European peasantry and it is European peasantry that is responsible for many crucial elements of European identity… So I would be happy if my new books would be translated in Serbian as the other that are already translated and published in my beloved country.

The escalation of tension in Russian-Ukrainian relations after the conflict in the Sea of Azov demands analysis. The formal side of the conflict is obvious: Poroshenko is not capable of winning the upcoming elections, so he arranged a provocation to impose state of emergency and disrupt them.

This analysis is correct to a certain degree, but the decision is not spontaneous: Poroshenko has a plan, and it is more serious than some momentary trick. If the current escalation gradually calms down, then martial law will eventually be repealed, and elections will be held. He must have another plan in mind. The only thing that would make Poroshenko’s action logical, is a deeper orientation toward war with Russia. If such a war does not occur, Poroshenko will only have worsened his situation.

Poroshenko needs more than escalation, he needs war. First of all, the fact that populist movements are directed against the political elite as a whole, without making a distinction, whether it is right or left-wing, is striking.

This is the ‘uprise of the periphery of society against its center’.

But Christopher Lasch noted a new political trend: These new western elites, who have reached the pinnacle of power only by their resourcefulness and immense will to power, aleexander much worse and more destructive than the masses. The task of describing Turanian civilization in the recent volume of Noomakhia was inseparable from the fact that Turan is gone.

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The book was therefore a reconstruction of a past society, an archaeological volume, in which Turanian civilization had to be restored bit by bit on the basis of archaeological research, linguistic analysis, what we know about ethnology and ethnography, and essentially artificial methods. A few Turanian peoples can be named. For example, the Ossetians are the last heirs of the Sarmatians, there are the various Pashtun tribes, and the direct alrxander of the Indo-European nomads in the Great Steppe.


There are also descendants in Nuristan, the Kalash in Pakistan and Afghanistan, enclaves of direct Turanian cultures and Tepria nomadic tribes. But, of course, this is largely a conditional reconstruction. Every thing is what it is thanks to its borders. Poolitica all, it is they that separate it from another thing. The border externally reflects that which lies inside it, while simultaneously confining the essence of the thing in its confrontation with other things. The border is something sacred.

This is the very same ancient Terminus, with only slight modifications. This is also where some of his most useful observations are found—his discussion of potlatch, for example, the ethnic destruction of property to demonstrate power, can be very useful in understanding the tendency of certain demographics to riot as a means of demonstrating or celebrating power.

Civilized societies, of course, consider such riots as counter-productive because when a fully realised narod riots, it is usually an expression of frustrated powerlessness, not a demonstration of social power. Dugin enables us to draw qualitative distinctions having nothing to do with environment or circumstance between the bread riots preceding the French Revolution and the Ferguson and Baltimore cuxrta following the death of Black criminals in the United States or the more recent riots in places like Johannesburg.

Another interesting observation is his understanding of slavery as a function that only higher civilization, the narod, is truly capable, since slavery creates irreconcilable contradictions within the structure of the ethnos. The necessary connexion of slavery with complex societies and higher thought is rich fodder for Reactionary thought in particular.

If we want to continue the suicide of Europe and follow modernity to its conclusion and change nothing.

But if we want to restore our tradition and ensure the existence of our people, we have to radically change our habits, morals and our way of life. Whereas The Fourth Political Theory tells us to return to pre-modernity in order to protect our Dasein narodEthnos and Society shows us how alexande preconditions for a return to pre-modernity work.

Therefore, Ethnos and Society, is not only important to better understand the work of professor Dugin, but also in order to fight post-modernity to the last blood. This book is exactly what all the right-wing populist parties in Europe would need in order to change their policies of fake populism and realize what is really necessary to revive European identity.

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