On August 20, 2022, Russian journalist and political analyst Darya Dugina, who was the daughter of Russian political philosopher, strategist, and analyst Alexander Dugin, was killed when an explosive device reportedly planted on the car she was driving exploded in Moscow. Some are speculating that Darya's father was the target of the attack. Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) said on August 22 that the Ukrainian government was responsible for the attack, an accusation that the Ukrainian government rejected.
Below are reports and video clips featuring Darya Dugina and her father Alexander Dugin from the MEMRI Russian Media Studies Project archives. The MEMRI Russian Media Studies Project offers a free subscription to translations and analyses of statements and trends in Russian politics, diplomacy, think tanks, military, and media.
Russian political philosopher and analyst Alexander Dugin
Russian Political Analyst Daria Dugina: Eastern Ukraine Will Likely Accept A 'Eurasian Empire'; The West Is Totalitarian, Racist, Nazi; Russia-China Alliance Is Probable; There Is No Room For Anti-War Voices, March 19, 2022.
Dugin: In Ukraine, Russia Is Fighting Liberal World Order; This Is A War Of Ideas; If Trump Were In Power, None Of This Would Have Happened; Putin Embodies Russian State, He Is A Monarch By Popular Demand; If Russia Loses, There Will Be No World, No Humanity, March 21, 2022.
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Anti-Liberal Russian Philosopher Dugin: It Is Not Just About 'Restoring The Territorial Integrity' Of The Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) And Luhansk People's Republic (LPR), It Is About 'Ukraine's Liberation', February 25, 2022.
Russian Political Analyst Alexander Dugin: It Would Not Be a Negative Thing for Iran to Develop Nuclear Weapons in Order to Prevent Israel, U.S. from Using Nuclear Weapons against Iran, February 11, 2020.
Russian Anti-Liberal Philosopher Dugin: 'If Washington's Attention Will Be Focused On The Far East… [Russia Has] The Chance To Quickly Resolve [Its] Tasks In The Middle East And, Most Importantly, In The Eurasian Space', February 2, 2017.
 Bbc.com/news/world-europe-62634359, August 22, 2022.