Continental Vision: Russia's Interests
Since the 19th century, geographers and other specialists have discussed the idea that Europe and Asia are not separate continents but actually joined together geographically to form a single continent of Eurasia. What are Russia’s interests in Eurasia? What influence does Russia possess, how can this be balanced with the other Eurasian powers and what are the limits?
Continental Vision: Russia´s Interests was the first seminar of the Eurasia Seminar Series.
Igor Denisov, Senior Research Fellow at Moscow State Institute of International Relations: Center for East Asian and Shanghai Cooperation Organization Studies,
Maryia Danilovich, Fellow at the Institute of Russian and Eurasian Studies (IRES), Uppsala University,
Pavel Baev, Research Professor at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO).
The seminar was moderated by Mark Bassin, Professor of History of Ideas at Södertörn University and Associated Research Fellow at UI.
Welcome remarks held by Martin Kragh, Head of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at UI.
The Eurasia Seminar Series is jointly organized by the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and Södertörn University. It features seminars on Russian, Chinese and Turkish perspectives on Eurasia.
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