I'm new to Aleksandr Dugin, mainly through interviews. I haven't read any of his books. But I feel some affinity for the basic idea of his political theory, at least as it is expressed in miniature. Though I do think it's cute that his multi-polar vision of the world is claimed, philosophically as a Eurasianist, Russian value. If that helps the Russian identity, I have no complaints, but these ideas seem quite old and independent of Russia's place in the world, singular though it is and has been.

Decentralization and free union have their benefits no matter your ideology. Factions of the Left wanted it in the middle of the last century. It oscillates.