Showing all 3 results

  • 200 Years Together II

    The Jews in the Soviet Union

    In 1990, while finishing April 1917 and sorting out the enormous amount of material not included in The Red Wheel, I decided to present some of that material in the form of a historical essay about Jews in the Russian revolution.

    Yet it became clear almost immediately that in order to understand those events the essay must step back in time. Thus, it stepped back to the very first incorporation of the Jews into the Russian Empire in 1772. On the other hand, the revolution of 1917 provided a powerful impetus to Russian Jewry, so the essay naturally stretched into the post-revolutionary period. Thus, the title Two Hundred Years Together was born.


  • 200 Years Together I

    The Jews Before the Revolution

    The history of the ‘Jewish Problem’ in Russia (and Russia only?) is above all else exceptionally rich. Talking about it means listening to new voices and passing them on to the reader. (In this book, the Jewish voices will be heard more often than those of the Russians.)

    But the whirlwinds of the social climate force us towards the razor’s edge. You can feel the weight of both sides, all the grievances and accusations, plausible as well as improbably, which grow as they go.


  • Vladimir Putin & Eurasia

    In the present work, which is a singularly dangerous book, not to be placed in all hands, I have done nothing more than to bear witness to the ongoing, consequent developments of a certain imperial revolutionary consciousness in Europe. Step by step. Thus accompanying its own course, and more often than not anticipating it: it was not a follow-up analytical work that I undertook to do there, but a fundamentally visionary work, whose own horizon was situated in the history of the beyond the end of history.