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Political analysts Bashirov and Abzalov on Surkov’s article: urged to negotiate with strong players Vladislav Surkov, in which he, in particular, wrote about the possibility of destabilizing the political situation in the country. This was reported by RIA Novosti.
Bashirov pointed out that the idea behind the article is that, in order to avoid internal shocks, xe2x80x9cyou should always look for options for moving this entropy to external contours.xe2x80x9d p>
The essence of Surkov’s article is that social entropy is always present, but in order for you to have a stable state, you need it to be like this entropy, it eventually crystallizes outside the borders of the state
Marat Bashirov, political scientist
Bashirov recalled that the xe2x80x9cgolden age of Putin’s rule,xe2x80x9d about which Surkov wrote, should be remembered and kept in mind, to study this experience so as not to repeat the 90s and that these principles, which now exist under President Putin, should continue to work for the good of Russia. xe2x80x9d
In turn, the president of the Center for Strategic Communications Dmitry Abzalov admits that today there is indeed an exacerbation, but it is far from the situation in the 1980s and 1990s. The political scientist noted that the world has changed a lot in 30-40 years. xe2x80x9cThe main thing is that people change with him. Especially people who are engaged in public administration, xe2x80x9che stressed, noting that the management system must adapt to changes in the world.
At the same time, both experts agreed that Surkov urged not to divide the world, but to learn to negotiate with strong players.
On November 20, Vladislav Surkov published a column for xe2x80x9cActual Commentsxe2x80x9d, in which he declared the inevitability of the growth of chaos in any social system, regardless of the state system and rulers. He expressed the opinion that pushing such phenomena into a zone of silence, a kind of ideology of silence, threatens to repeat the situation in the 1980s and 1990s.
Surkov noted that at the beginning of the century, the new government managed to stop the unrestrained avalanche of social chaos, thanks to which Russia was in a state of stability for 20 years. However, the politician stressed, over time, in view of the change in moods while maintaining xe2x80x9cpinpoint loyalty and one-time patriotism,xe2x80x9d the correct words become meaningless, the prevailing discourse becomes unconvincing and therefore increasingly needs force support. And, Surkov notes, until a certain moment, such a state does not threaten the authorities.
The use of extracts of historical memory, expired morality, administrative and spiritual values xe2x80x8bxe2x80x8band other heavy social preservatives in unlimited doses ensures the preservation of the desired stability
Vladislav Surkov former aide to the President of Russia
However, he recalled that if the problem is ignored, then over time it destroys the existing order of things, which happened at the end of the life of the Soviet Union. For this, Surkov believes, the chaos must be taken out of the borders, as the United States is doing. At the same time, the politician does not deny the likelihood that in the near future several countries will collide in the world at once trying to endure their instability, among them the United States, China and Russia, and this will give rise to xe2x80x9cdevastating geopolitical storms.xe2x80x9d
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In another article for his Topical Commentaries, Surkov suggested that by the end of the century, reforms and revolutions would lead to a restructuring of the world, resulting in a new system of global distribution of domination and subordination. The political scientist is sure that the next 100 years will become the times of the so-called i-imperialism and will be associated with the active division and xe2x80x9ccolonizationxe2x80x9d of cyberspace.
In addition, according to Surkov, the current conditions of digitalization and robotization of the political system will inevitably lead to the emergence of a high-tech form of state xe2x80x93 deserted democracy. Surkov is confident that in the future the human factor will be less and less important xe2x80x93 its role in the political process can be drastically reduced or completely eliminated for the sake of the efficiency of control systems xe2x80x93 by analogy with a completely robotized deserted production in which human participation is not required at all. As a result, the political scientist believes, a technogenic state will emerge, in which xe2x80x9cthe hierarchy of machines and algorithms will pursue goals that are beyond the understanding of the people serving it.xe2x80x9d