This book is apparently fairly influential in Russia:
Few books published in Russia during the post-communist period have exerted such an influence on Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites as Aleksandr Dugin’s 1997 neo-fascist treatise Osnovy geopolitiki: Geopoliticheskoe budushchee Rossii (Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geo-political Future of Russia). The impact of this intended “Eurasianist” textbook on key Russian elites testifies to the worrisome rise of fascist ideas and sentiments during the late Yeltsin and the Putin periods.
Russia’s New—and Frightening—“Ism”, by John B. Dunlop.
I am looking for an English translation of the book, but I have been unable to find a reliable one. There is one on Amazon, but it appears to be highly problematic. It does not list a translator, and the text is of very poor quality:
But, nevertheless, still geopolitics and could not get into the category of conventional obschepriz nannyh Sciences. The first geo-political work of the German Ratzel, Swede Kallen and especially the Englishman Mackinder met with hostility by the scientific community.
As the reviewers on Amazon point out, this seems like the output of Google Translate, not the work of a professional translator.
Has "Foundations of Geopolitics" by Aleksandr Dugin ever been reliably translated into English?
If not, why not?