Putin’s Long View: What Domestic Changes Mean for Russia & the World
Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin instituted sweeping reforms that are aimed at allowing him to maintain influence over the Russian political system when he is no longer president, which ultimately led the Russian government to resign. It is believed that such moves were enacted to ensure that Putin’s legacy will not be undone by his successors. What exactly were these changes and what do they mean for the future of Russian politics and strategy? Are we looking at a new “tandemocracy?” How does the U.S. and the world adjust their foreign policy objectives towards Russia?
Join the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the Center for International Strategy for a discussion on these questions and more. Panelists feature:
- Adam Stulberg, Nunn Chair and professor of International Affairs, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
- Mikhail Troitskiy, associate professor of International Relations, Moscow Institute of International Relations
- Hubert Tworzecki, associate professor of Political Science, Emory College of Arts and Sciences
- Mikulus Fabry, Associate Professor of International Affairs, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
The event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in visitor lot 2 and visitor lot 4.
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