International Eurasian Movement

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The International Eurasian Movement "has included a number of high-ranking government officials, such as:

  • former RF Minister of Culture Aleksandr Sokolov
  • Chairman of the Federation Council’s Committee on International Relations Mikhail Margelov,
  • former advisor to President Yeltsin and RF Ambassador to Denmark Dmitrii Riurikov,
  • former Head of the RF Ministry of Justice Department on Political Parties and Social Organizations Aleksei Zhafiarov, and others.

"While these figures are today no longer listed on the MED’s website (, and may have cut their ties with Dugin, the MED still boasts a number of prominent personalities as members of its Supreme Council. They included in early April 2009:

  • Federation Council Vice-Speaker Aleksandr Torshin,
  • Presidential advisor Aslambek Aslakhanov,
  • South Ossetia President Eduard Kokoity,
  • Odnako (However) TV show host and editor-in-chief of the weekly political journal Profil’ (Profile) Mikhail Leont’ev,
  • former Deputy Foreign Minister and current RF
  • Ambassador to Latvia Viktor Kaliuzhnii,
  • Yakutiia (Sakha) Minister of Culture and Rector of the Arctic State Institute of Culture and Art, Andrei Borisov,
  • Head of the RF Territorial Directorate’s State Committee for Property responsible for Moscow State University Zeidula Iuzbekov,
  • Chief Mufti of the Spiritual Directorate of the Muslims of Russia and European Countries of the C.I.S. Talgat Tadzhuddin,
  • President of the National Association of TV and Radio Broadcasters and member of the Directorate of the Academy of Russian Television Eduard Sagalaev,
  • Head of the RF Council of Ambassadors and President of the Russian-Turkish Friendship Society “Rutam” Al’bert Chernyshov,
  • Editor-in-Chief of the Russian army newspaper Krasnaia zvezda (Red Star) Nikolai Efimov,
  • President of the Consulting Firm Neokon and founder of the website Mikhail Khazin,
  • Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Vice-President of the Society of Georgians of Russia Severian Zagarishvili,
  • Head of the Congress of the Peoples of the Northern Caucasus and Secretary for National Issues of the Union of Writers of Russia Brontoi Bediurov.

"In addition, t he M E D’s Supre me C ou nc i l c ont a i n s p olitical and academic functionaries from various CIS countries. Among them were, in early April 2009, the:

  • Rector of the Lev Gumilyov Eurasian National University of Astana (Kazakhstan) Sarsyngali Abdymanapov,
  • Ambassador of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan to Russia and Head of the Council of Directors of Postnoff L t d Apas Dzhumagulov,
  • Director of the Academy of Management attached to the Office of the President of Belarus and Director of the Research Institute on the Theory and Practice of Government of the Republic of Belarus Evgenii Matusevich,
  • Rector of the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University of Bishkek Vladimir Nifad’ev,
  • Director of the Akhmad Donish Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Tajik Academy of Sciences Rakhim Masov,
  • Rector of the Makhambet Utemisov Western Kazakhstani State University of Uralsk Tuiakbai Ryzbekov,
  • Leader of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine Nataliia Vitrenko,

"Finally, it is noteworthy that a number of public figures from countries outside the former Soviet Union have, according to MED’s website, also agreed to enter the Supreme Council of the International Eurasian Movement. They include the

  • Head of the İşçi Partisi (Labour Party) of Turkey Doğu Perinçek (currently in prison),
  • French Air Force General (ret.) and leader of the Forum for France Pierre-Marie Gallois,
  • Director of the Center for Central Asian and Caucasian Studies at Luleå, Sweden, and Editor-in-Chief of the scholarly journal Central Asia and the Caucasus Murad Esenov,
  • Lecturer of the Faculty of Policy Studies of Iwate Prefectural University, Japan, Iukiko Kuroiwa,conspirologist and author of the book Vladimir Poutine et l’Eurasie (Charmes: Les Amis de la Culture Européenne, 2005), Jean Parvulesco,
  • Editor-in-Chief of the Milano journal Eurasia: Rivista di Studi Geopolitici (of which Dugin is an editorial board member) Tiberio Graziani,
  • Head of the Congress of Serbs of Eurasia (KSEA) Mila Alečković-Nikolić, and General (ret.) and former functionary of the Serbian

Radical Party Božidar Delić. [1]

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  1. Russian Analytical Digest (2009) Fascist tendencies in Russia’s Political Establishment, organizational web page, accessed April 3, 2018.