Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought into sharp focus the ruthlessness, psychology and strategic goals of Vladimir Putin. In this timely meeting, Philip Short discusses his biography of the Russian president, how the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 helped to shape his world view and the impact this has had on security and economic stability in Europe and beyond.
Philip Short, author of ‘Putin’ (Bodley Head, 2022)
08:30 – 10:30 (London)
You can find Philip Short’s book ‘Putin’ by clicking here.
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