The fall of the Berlin Wall was a tragedy for the Soviet world, it was the collapse of the system established by the Yalta Peace Agreement. And we can not underestimate Gorbachev's fault and that of his supporters, who believed the Americans and thought that Europe would be free of United States influence. Even 20 years later, according to Alexander Dugin, the tragedy remains a tragedy.
Alexander Dugin (Александр Дугин) is a Russian philosopher, Ph.D., leader of the Eurasian movement, creator of the Russian school of geopolitics, Doctor of Political Sciences, director of the Center for Conservative Studies, Chair of Sociology of International Relations, Faculty of Sociology. He speaks nine languages.
Born on January 7, 1962 in Moscow, in a military family. In 1979 he entered the Moscow Aviation Institute. In 1980 familiarized with the intellectual circle of traditionalists - Heydar Jemal, Yevgeny Golovin, Yuri Mamleev, Vladimir Stepanov, Sergey Zhigalkin. In the period from 1990 to 1992 he worked in declassified KGB archives by preparing a series of articles and books, as well as the TV show "Secrets of the century," broadcast on "Channel One".