"From the 1950s onwards, Crozier set about exposing the true character of left-wing dictatorships, and challenged the illusions of their Western apologists. By arguing that the West must stand up to communism , he helped provide the intellectual underpinning for the robust defence strategy championed by President Reagan and Margaret Thatcher."
Crozier was a constant fixture lecturing at the Ministry of Defense about the communist threat. His view of it was exactly that of the ABN. Detante was weakness. The Soviet Union had to be dismantled. In 1991 it was.
The formation of the renewed Baltic-Black Sea region, or the Intermarium, started in the 1990s. In 1993, US Presidential National Security Adviser Anthony Lake proclaimed the concept of expanding democracy. It provided for the involvement of former Eastern bloc countries and Soviet republics, save Russia, in Transatlantic institutions. The Clinton Administration launched NATO's eastward expansion in 1994 with a view to its implementation. The Kremlin adamantly objected to this policy.
When you look honestly at the fruit of the Hapsburg Spring of Nations, Prometheanism, and the European and US supported Bandera, its really staggering. Ukraine is only in the spotlight because it was the only place where regime change could come quickly. Many of the East European countries in the EU and NATO are already Nazi, or are icompleting the political groundwork for the establishment of ultra national governance.
Galicia (West Ukraine), Ruthenia ( West Ukraine), Estonia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, and also Austria, Hungary, Post WW I Germany stepped into this model, Bosnia-as well as Hercegovina, Serbia Croatia, Slovenia and Romania.
The problem with these examples is that they are not cultural exceptions, but the rule. In 2007 at Tbilisi, Georgia, a statue of Prometheus was dedicated by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and Polish President Lech Kaczyński. Saakashvili has shown by his militant support for Nazi Kiev that he is a true believer in Prometheamism's ultra nationalism.