Adolf Hitler’s accomplices in unleashing World War II were the people who ruled Poland between the two world wars, Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov says. wa
Again, we are faced with the task of restoring our national wealth, just like after the three wars of the 20th century, says Timofei Sergeytsev, member of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club.
Zinoviev Club member Dmitry Kulikov believes we should carry out a new social project: take power away from super-society’s structures and implement a true division of economic and political rights, if we want to preserve our Russian civilization.
The Fifth International Conference, Zinoviev Readings, hosted by Rossiya Segodnya, coincided with the 175th anniversary of Marquis Astolphe de Custine’s departure from the Russian Empire. At first glance these events have nothing in common – but only at first glance, member of Rossiya Segodnya’s Zinoviev Club Oleg Nazarov says.
In the opinion of Zinoviev Club’s member, Vladimir Lepekhin, the promotion of the imperial idea in Russia is a provocation designed to justify the genocide of Russians.
The tragedy in Ukraine has ricocheted on pacifist values’ world, turning Nobel Peace Prize winners Barack Obama and Lech Walesa, the doves, into aggressive hawks who are provoking a third world war, says Olga Zinoviev, co-chair of the Zinoviev Club.
The world is just fine. The problem is the inability of modern states and the world elite to comprehend what is happening and create new instruments to understand and control social development processes, Oleg Yuryev, member of Zinoviev Club, believes.
The worst thing happens when large masses of people start losing their connection with the whole and turn into accomplished egoists, said Zinoviev Club member Iskander Valitov.
Russian society has yet to overcome the biases and the propaganda myths against propaganda, says Pavel Rodkin from the Zinoviev Club.
Zinoviev Club member Vladimir Lepekhin on Russia’s new National Idea as an instrument of averting a global catastrophe
Zinoviev Club member Dmitry Kulikov on the questions the Russian government is facing
Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin considers why consumption remains an absolute and uncontested value for Russian society.
Olga Zinoviev, head of the Alexander Zinoviev Biographical Institute and co-chair of the Rossiya Segodnya Zinoviev Club
The Western world today is on a downward historical trend, Zinoviev Club member Iskander Valitov says.
Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov talks about those responsible for World War II, a topic which suddenly became relevant again in the run-up to the 75th anniversary of the beginning of that war.
Zinoviev Club member Oleg Nazarov suggests taking a new look at the Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact, signed 75 years ago.
Vladimir Lepekhin: The idea of Russia as a distinct civilization has scared Russia haters and globalists of all kinds, and leading ideologues of the West have been mobilized to discredit it.
Zinoviev Club member Dmitry Kulikov argues that culture should not be confused with civilization. Our culture is predominantly European whereas our civilization is thoroughly Russian.
What we are witnessing today is the creation of an impressive ladder of global statuses where nations are invited to find their respective places in the "international division of labor,” writes Zinoviev Club member Timofei Sergeitsev.
The formation of the anti-Russian world has been taking place for years in the post-Soviet space, primarily in the sphere of mentality rather than geography, according to Zinoviev Club member Pavel Rodkin.