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Tradition vs. Transition? Ft. Alexander Dugin, Russian philosopher

A Russian stand-up comic once remarked that Russia is a country with an unpredictable past, pointing to its recurring efforts to redefine itself through the reinterpretation of history. With less than three months to go until the presidential election and all candidates – including the incumbent – calling for change, will discussion of the future finally replace the debates over history? Oksana is joined by Alexander Dugin, Russian philosopher, and public intellectual.

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