I can't find the exact guy (its annoying me now) but maybe you can use Semyonov, since he wanted to create a "great mongolian state" as well as being half mongolian half Russian. If he could gain more prominence (maybe if Kolchak dies some point after taking power) then ends up being ruler of Russia then I could see him easily being influenced by Eurasian ideologists given his desires to create the mongol state it could resonate with him a lot. There is also a chance I am confusing the Eurasianst general with Semyonov but I think I recall seeing a general being labelled Eurasianst specifically and arguing russia is closer to asia but it could have been a thinker that i read about.Really? Thanks a lot. It will greatly help the tl.