Андрей Илларионов (aillarionov) wrote,
Андрей Илларионов

What Went Wrong? Russia 25 Years after the Fall of the Soviet Union

Policy Forum
December 8, 2016
4:00PM to 5:30PM
Hayek Auditorium, Cato Institute

David Satter, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute;
Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council; and
Andrei Illarionov, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute;
moderated by Ian Vasquez, Cato Institute

December 2016 marks the 25th anniversary of the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the emergence of 15 independent post-Soviet states, including Russia. The political elite of the new Russia was to play a key role in a peaceful end of the communist empire that threatened nuclear Armageddon for almost half of a century. The world greeted the entry of an independent democratic Russia onto the international stage with genuine enthusiasm and great hope. Some even believed that the world was entering a promising new era. Twenty-five years later, Russia’s autocratic regime has effectively destroyed the domestic political opposition, media freedom, and independent courts. In foreign affairs, Russia has engaged in military aggressions in neighboring Georgia and Ukraine, and is actively involved in the civil war in Syria. It is meddling in the internal affairs of European countries and, some suspect, even the United States. Join us to hear our panelists discuss what went wrong and where Russia is likely headed.

To register to attend this event, click the button below and then submit the form on the page that opens, or email events@cato.org, fax (202) 371-0841, or call (202) 789-5229 by 4:00PM on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.
Tags: Институт Катона, Путинская война против Украины, Россия, СССР, внешняя политика, демократия, история, политика, российско-грузинская война

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