Tag: Eurasianism

Weaponizing culture: “civilizationism” and nationalism in Putin’s Russia


Since its birth in the French Revolution, the modern nation has been defined by two opposing ideas. Civic nationalism, often referred to as patriotism, envisions the nation as a contingent,… Read more »

The Future Is History? How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia


“This is what the Putin regime represents: an entire society psychologically damaged and unwilling to come to terms with its own past, leading to a widespread depression and belief that… Read more »

Are Eastern Europe’s new illiberal democracies sustainable?


Hungary’s largest daily newspaper was unexpectedly shut down on Saturday (8 October), fueling concerns over a government crackdown on critical media. Nepszabadsag’s print and online editions were abruptly shut on… Read more »