Why Eurasian post-imperialists challenge the world order

Mira Milosevich, Robin Niblett and Tom Burns

On 21 March 2024, the Rafael del Pino Foundation organised the dialogue 'Why the Eurasian post-empires challenge the world order' with the participation of Mira Milosevich, Senior Research Fellow for Russia, Eurasia and the Balkans at the Elcano Royal Institute and Associate Professor of The Foreign Policy of Russia at IE University's School of Global and Public Affairs, and Robin Niblett, Distinguished Fellow and former Director of Chatham House, on the occasion of the publication of Mira Milosevich's book 'The Zombie Empire. Russia and the World Order" published by Galaxia Gutenberg.

 

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