Alexander Ionov

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Alexander Ionov

Alexander Ionov is the leader of the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia.

He is also founder & CEO of Ionov Transcontinental LLC - Our company is created to provide assistance to business in the sphere of foreign economic activity. The main objective of Ionov Transcontinental is to work with exporters in order to establish and support long-term, mutually beneficial cooperation with partners in over 40 countries.

Member of Russian and international associations and unions, such as International Economist Union, leads the subcommittee for international development in Business Operations Security committee of International Congress for Industrialists and Businessmen, member of DIA CAD Moscow Community Board

Russian branch for CIPDH, VP.

Independent Research Centre “Institute of problems of security and stable development”, Assistant director in charge of International Cooperation.

Oficery Rossii NGO, Supreme Council member.[1]

USSR 2.0


Alexander Ionov is a strong supporter of the former Soviet Union.



Pro Iran




Pro Qadaffi




Anti-Imperialist Aktion


Black Lives Matter

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Nate Smith


Alexander Ionov with Nate Smith, April 2015.

APSP connection


Meeting Mashu


On July 2nd, 2016, the leaders of the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia in cooperation with the political party Rodina had a meeting the activists of Human Rights Movement for Indians in the US. The Russian capital hosted a leader of the Cherokee tribe Mashu White Feather who struggles for the rights of Indians in the USA and other indigenous people around the world. Being in opposition to the Washington Government, Mashu always blames the authorities for violating rights of Native Americans, stealing their lands and resources for military bases and jailing everyone who opposes to the government.

The Indian tribal leader was accompanied by a New Zealand citizen Doreen Bennett, a co-owner of the radio station “Voices of Indigenous People”.

The Russians were represented by Feodor Biryukov, the chairman of the party Rodina and co-chairman of Stalingrad club, and Alexander Ionov, the President of the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia and the member of General Committee of Antimaidan movement. The guests visited the Red Square and the Kremlin and other sights of the city. During the meeting such significant issues were mentioned as that of human rights protection of Native Americans and cooperation in mutual struggle with aggressive imperial policy of the US. Both sides expressed solidarity with each other and willingness to promote peace and protect the rights of oppressed people.[2]