Russia and the West: The Long War

Keir Giles
Victoria Hall / Online
12 Mar 2024 8:00pm - 9:00pm
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Keir Giles will address how events have developed recently in and around Russia and the implications these have for Russia’s relationship with the West.

He is a regular contributor and commentator on Russian affairs for international print and broadcast media, as well as publishing in-depth research in academic and military publications across Europe and in North America. He is a Senior Consulting Fellow at the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), but has also worked with more than a dozen governments and defence forces around the world predicting and analysing the Russian threat.

Keir Giles has authored multiple publications explaining the Russian approach to warfare, including NATO’s “Handbook of Russian Information Warfare” (2016), and “Moscow Rules: What Drives Russia to Confront the West” (Brookings, 2019), diving deep into the persistent factors causing relations with Russia to fall into crisis.  His most recent book is “Russia’s War on Everybody” (Bloomsbury 2022) describing the human impact of Russia’s campaigns to acquire power and influence around the world.

Members: Free, Online (please book to receive a link) or Victoria Hall (doors open 7.30pm)
Guests: £10, Online (please book to receive a link) or £10 Victoria Hall (pay on the door – you will be admitted to the Hall at 7.50pm if there is room)
Please book to watch online by 1pm on the day of the event
You do not book to attend in the Victoria Hall
Drinks are served in the Members’ Room after the lecture