January 27, 2022 Print
Understanding the Ukraine Crisis, Part 1: The Russian Perspective – Interview with Alexander Dugin (2018)
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From the start in early 2014, I have made a point of not taking sides in the Ukraine-Russia conflict. It’s a complex situation – and there are legitimate concerns on both sides.
But I have made an effort to understand the issue – and to help others understand it. The best method for doing so is to let both sides argue their own case.
To that end, back in Dec. 2018 I decided to make two interviews — one with a representative of the pro-Russian perspective, and one with a representative of the pro-Ukrainian perspective.
The purpose for doing this was:
- To create understanding rather than encouraging anyone to take sides.
- To document these voices for historical purposes, before the historians sink their ideological claws into the conflict and start distorting it.
Since the conflict has now escalated into a full-blown war, these interviews have become relevant once more. So I have decided to make them available for members.
This is Part 1, the Russian perspective, an interview with Alexander Dugin. (Recorded December 27, 2018.)
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