Vladimir Putin has developed populism across many fields, from his own image to Russian sport and media. Kremlin Press officeIt’s very possible that, in 2017, Donald Trump will attempt to bring Russia back into the fold of civilised nations by lifting sanctions. So understanding the populism of Vladimir Putin’s government is more urgent than ever.
In his remarkable book, How Russia Sees the West: An Anthology of Russian Thought, from Karamzine to Putin, published last November, Michel Niqueux defined the tenets of the dominant Russian ideology, inspired by Eurasian intellectuals and turned into policies by Putin:
Anti-West, moral and cultural conservatism, vertical …read more
Source: The Conversation