Tuesday October 11th 2022 | 20:00-21:30 | Academiegebouw
The collapse of the Soviet Union was a turning point for Russian influence in the world. Russia’s rule of law and democracy have since been crushed under Putin’s presidency. Where did it go wrong? And are Russia’s attempts to expand its sphere of influence with incursions into Crimea and Ukraine the last convulsions of a world power? With historian Dr Gijs Kessler (International Institute of Social History) and Eelco Bosch van Rosenthal.
In cooperation with Utrecht Centre for Global Challenges/Contesting Governance and Studium Generale.