Assessing NATO-Russia Relations 30 years after: lost opportunities and future directions
Since 1991, NATO's expansion towards Central and Eastern Europe and the Alliance's quest for a new role after the end of the Cold War have been at the center of reciprocal expectations, tensions, recriminations, and misperceptions in West-Russia relations.
The seminar will dissect conflicting narratives in the US, Europe, and Russia about NATO and discuss the degradation of NATO-Russia relations in recent years, of which the closing of Russia’s mission to NATO Headquarters is the latest illustration.
November 9th, 2021, 17.30-20.00
Room 108, Viale Pola - in presence and online
Giovanni Orsina, Professor of Contemporary History and Director of the School of Government at Luiss-Guido Carli University
Arnaud Leconte, co-head of the joint master in Global Economic Governance and Public Affairs, Luiss University-CIFE
Carolina de Stefano, Adjunct Professor, Luiss University
Mark Kramer, Director of the Cold War Studies, Harvard University (online)
Luca Ratti, Professor, University Roma Tre
George N. Tzogopoulos, Lecturer and Fellow, CIFE