I’ve translated several books by Alexander Dugin since 2012. I’ve finished 1/3rd of Martin Heidegger: The Possibility of Russian Philosophy but continuation of the work has been slowed due to sanctions on Dugin, which limits the economic viability (until further notice). All the translations are published by Arktos, except for an essay in the volume called Heidegger in Russia and Eastern Europe, published by Rowman & Littlefield.
In my opinion, all of Dugin’s books should be translated, together with his other articles, lecture courses, and notes. More generally, there should be funding available to sponsor important translations into English of writings by unknown, influential and important intellectuals working in other languages. This is my small contribution to the great work.