The Fourth Political Theory

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The Fourth Political Theory
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Cover of the 2009 Russian edition
Author Aleksandr Dugin
Original title Четвертая политическая теория
Translator Mark Sleboda and Michael Millerman
Country Russia
Language Russian
Subject Political theory
Published 2009 (Amfora)
Published in English
2012 (Arktos Media)
Pages 351 (Russian edn.)
ISBN 978-5-367-01089-3

The Fourth Political Theory (Russian: Четвертая политическая теория, Chetvertaya Politicheskaya Teoriya) is a book by the Russian political scientist and theorist Aleksandr Dugin, published in 2009. In the book, Dugin states that he is laying the foundations for an entirely new political ideology, the fourth political theory, which integrates and supersedes liberal democracy, Marxism, and fascism.[1] The book has been cited as an inspiration for Russian policy in events such as the War in Donbass,[2] and for the contemporary European far-right in general.[3]

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  1. ^ Dugin, Alexander (2012). The Fourth Political Theory. Translated by Mark Sleboda; Michael Millerman. Arktos Media. p. 213.
  2. ^ Saunders, Doug (22 March 2014). "Has Putin bought into these dangerous ideas?". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 26 May 2014.
  3. ^ "Golden Dawn and Russian neo-Nazism". GR Reporter. 15 April 2014. Retrieved 26 May 2014.

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