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Details: Andrew Monaghan will be joined by Nazrin Mehdiyeva, Florence Gaub, and Richard Connolly to discuss ongoing research examining Russian futures. The panel will discuss Russian approaches to strategic planning and foresight to assesses both the extent of Russia’s “long game” and the sustainability of Russian power through the 2020s, and thus the role that Russia can play in international affairs in the post Covid-19 era.
Speaker: Andrew Monaghan
Dr. Andrew Monaghan is Director of the Russia Research Network Ltd. Additionally he is a Non-Resident Associate Fellow of the NATO Defence College in Rome (where he is also the Commissioning Editor of the Russian Studies publication series), Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London, and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham. He has previously worked for the Oxford Changing Character of War Centre, Chatham House, NATO and the UK Defence Academy. He has advised various governments and international organisations, as well as major companies. He has served as an expert witness to several parliamentary committees, including the UK’s National Security Strategy Committee, the House of Commons Defence and Foreign Affairs Select Committees, and NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly. He is widely published and is the author of several books, including Dealing with the Russians (Polity, 2019), Power in Modern Russia (MUP, 2017) and The New Politics of Russia (MUP 2016).
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