Continuing our journey of seeking historic perspective on the conflict in Ukraine, Ilana Bet-El welcomes Professor Kristina Spohr of the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and Dr Olga Oliker, Director of the Europe and Central Asia Programme at the International Crisis Group.
With their expertise on Russia, Ukraine, the Cold War and the global order, the three women bring out both the complexities of Russian history and identity, and the endemic flaws in the state’s governance — all of which contributed to launching the war of aggression against Ukraine. From facts to narratives, language and memory, the conversation reflects how history is both the hero and the enemy in this war.
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