Ideologically, pro-Putin militant nationalism relies on Aleksandr Dugin's Neo-Eurasianist doctrine. However, this is more suited for spreading Russia's influence abroad than for mobilising on the domestic political scene. Domestically, such nationalism focuses on fighting liberalism, ‘the influence of the West’ and the threat of ‘colour’ revolutions à la Ukraine's Orange Revolution, also referred to as Maidan, of 2004–2005. In organisational terms, pro-Putin militant nationalism consists of Neo-Eurasianist associations in Russia and abroad (e.g. in Ukraine) and of religious and pro-government vigilantism; but the term is more descriptive of the form of their activities than their ideological grounding, which tends to be neither deep nor fixed.