Kennan Institute – Book Talk: Russia: Three Years After Crimea

2017/6/6 13:30:13

After three years of illegal occupation of Crimea by Russia, the Woodrow Wilson Center of the Kennan Institute hosts a discussion of a new book by three noted experts on the subject.















The annexation of Crimea has transformed the Russian Federation. Three years of economic stagnation, international sanctions, and unstable oil prices have all had their effect. Within the government bureaucracy, power struggles are underway with new plans to address Russia’s post-Crimean reality. The editors of this book will analyze some of these trends and try to provide a road map for the workings of Russia after Crimea.




Anton Barbashin, Co-founder and Managing Editor, Intersection


Vladislav Inozemtsev, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations; Director, Centre for Post-Industrial Studies


Olga Irisova, Co-founder and Senior Editor, Intersection


Friday, June 9, 2017
10:00am - 11:30am

5th Floor Conference Room

Wilson Center
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
1300 Pennsylvania, Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20004

Phone: 202.691.4000

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