Two of the most important directions of anti-Western thinking in today Russia are classical Eurasianism that originated outside the Soviet Union, in the 1920s-1930s, and post-Soviet, so-called “neo-Eurasianism.” The latter school of thought is far better known in the West than the former, and often also simply called “Eurasianism.” It has been, from the end of the 1980s, principally...

Long discussed as the next potential member of the Eurasian Economic Union, Tajikistan is taking time to explore the pros and cons of its entry. Zafar Abdullayev, an independent expert from Dushanbe, shares his opinion what could be advantages and disadvantages, as well as expectations of Tajik authorities, with Tajikistan`s integration with the Union.    Interviewer: Rusif Huseynov  ...

  A recent series of terrorist attacks in Kazakhstan shattered the entire region and led to speculations about the strengthening of radical elements in Central Asia. Mr. Aidar Amrebayev, a political expert from Kazakhstan, shares his opinion about what could await his country in the aftermath of terrorist attacks, in the light of fluctuating oil prices and Eurasian integration.   Interviewer:...

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