National Ideology and ir theory: Three Incarnations of the "Russian Idea"




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1 Historically the tradition is rooted in work by Karl Mannheim [1936] (1968) and Max Weber, among others. For contemporary scholarship focusing on social foundations of knowledge, see especially, Hoffmann 1977; Waever 1998; Crawford and Jarvis 2001.

2 For a work emphasizing global spread of Western political and economic institutions, see Friedman 1999; Mandelbaum 2002. For earlier works of a similar ideological spin, see especially Fukuyama 1989.

3 The theory was known precisely for projecting Western views and values across the globe and for offering an ethnocentric, context-insensitive policy advice to non-Western societies. For some critiques of modernization theory as ethnocentric, see Wiarda 1971; Badie 2000 and Oren 2000.

4 See Gerring 1997 and Freeden 2006 for a recent theoretical discussion of ideology.

5 The literature on ideas and intellectual influences in shaping cultural identities is large. See, for instance, Mannheim 1936; Habermas 1973; Wolfe 1989; Said 1993; Neumann 1996; Suny and Kennedy 1999; English 2000; Oren 2002; Tsygankov 2004.

6 For a summary of the debate, see, for example, Brown et al., 1996; Ray 2003; Chernoff 2004.

7 This section relies on discussion in Tsygankov 2006, chap. 1, which provides a more detailed description of the three ideological traditions. For other discussions, see Neumann 1996; Prizel 1997; Ringmar 2002; Hopf 2002.

8 On Eurasianism and its influence in the contemporary Russia, see Solovyev 2004; Bassin and Aksenov 2006; Shlapentokh 2007.

9 For other overviews of the Russian discipline of international studies, see Sergounin 2000; Bogaturov, Kosolapov, and Khrustalev 2002; Shakleyina 2002; Lebedeva 2003, 2004a; Kokoshin and Bogaturov 2005; Torkunov 2004; Tsygankov and Tsygankov 2004, 2006.

10 Such was the position of Marina Lebedeva (2004b), who initiated the discussion. Lebedeva was then engaged by several other participants, whose presentations have been published by the journal. The materials of the discussion can be found at <http://www.intertrends.ru>

11 In another book, Dmitri Trenin (2006), while granting Russia a right to pursue a distinct path, assumes that the country needs to “become” a part of Europe and the “new” West. Russia, he says, has been historically European, yet it often “fell out of” Europe (2006, 63, 167) as a result of failed reform efforts. If this is the case, then what Russia really needs is to “return” to Europe, rather than preserve its identity and distinctiveness.

12 Such practice was not exclusive to the post-Soviet era. For instance, before coming to power Mikhail Gorbachev and his team, including Alexander Yakovlev, had been influenced – through their advisors – by Joseph S. Nye and Robert O. Keohane’s (1971) theories of trasnationalism and interdependence. Interestingly enough, after Gorbachev came to power, Nye was one of the first non-Marxist international relations’ theorists to publish several of his articles in the leading Russia’s journal MEiMO (Mirovaya Ekonomika i Mezhdunarodnyiye Otnosheniya).

13 For detailed analyses of Dugin’s writing and political activities, see Umland 2003 and Laruelle 2006.

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