English translation: scholar in the field of Eurasianism
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02:00 Nov 10, 2001
Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Polish term or phrase:badacz euroazjatyzmu
ostatnio na ten problem zwrocil uwage badacz euroazjatyzmu XXX, objasniajac zasieg imperium rosyjskiego za pomoca...
Explanation: ... A geopolitical theory called Eurasianism has become the common focus of Russia's "red-brown" coalition-the alliance of ultra-left and ultra-right politicians ... www.geocities.com/eurasia_uk/heartland.html
THE RISE OF THE EURASIANS
... times. More importantly, it represents another effort to popularize the concept of Eurasianism and make it into a national ideology for post-Soviet Russia. ... www.cc.jyu.fi/~aphamala/pe/issue4/yasmann.htm
... published an article about him and his philosophy. Dugin is a proponent of Eurasianism, a nationalistic-type theory that was born among Russian emigres in the ...
And lots, lots more (about 500 hits in Google search)
Natalie Poland Local time: 12:49 Native speaker of: Russian PRO pts in pair: 1968
Explanation: not the most obvious meaning of "student" but I've seen it used to denote a "badacz" a lot, as in biograms of various conference attendees in the rank of professors - and it dispenses with "in the field of"
pidzej Poland Local time: 12:49 Native speaker of: Polish PRO pts in pair: 1733
Explanation: researcher specializing in Eurasianism
XXX, involved in research of Eurasianism
"... Affiliated Hospitals, he began a distinguished career as a neurosurgeon and researcher specializing in epilepsy. He is in demand as a speaker at medical ..."
"..., the early-20th-century concept of Eurasianism, which advocates the cultural and geopolitical struggle between the West and a distinct Russia-led "Eurasian" subcontinent, rapidly is becoming mainstream..." http://www.afpc.org/issues/eurasianism.htm