Through the use of the propagandistic and financial means, Russia managed to secure its political influence throughout Europe to create pro-Kremlin political parties and groups, and to obtain the support of specific political figures, according to the Russian-American historian Yuri Felshtinsky. According to him, the Kremlin commenced the creation of the Fifth International – a coalition of the radical political parties and leaders supporting current Russian leadership. Nationalism, anti-immigration policy and isolationism became the ideological base of this unofficial coalition. Felshtinsky names Milos Zeman, President of the Czech Republic, as one of the most prominent representatives of this pro-Kremlin movement in Europe. This exclusive material for Gordon, Felshtinsky examines Zeman’s political history.→
Ukrainian Maidan is what must not be named for the Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. The leaders of the neighboring country are obsessed with maidanophobia. This conclusion was drawn by the columnist of the GORDON Yevheni Kuzmenko after he studied the article by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation "Russia and Ukraine: Living by New Rules".→
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