Map of london underground for Thus what is good for Europe is emphatically, and at times forcibly, presented as good for the world. A statement by great humanist writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky about Russia’s European role in Asia inadvertently but brilliantly discloses the value content of Eurocentrism. He writes: What is the need of the future seizure of Asia? What is our business there? This is necessary because Russia is not only in Europe, but also in Asia; because the Russian is not only a European, but also an Asiatic. Not only that; in our coming destiny, perhaps it is precisely Asia that represents our main way out. . . . Map of london underground 2016.