WEBINAR: The Russia-Ukraine war is redefining the post-WW2 order as we know it. It's also causing major political, ideological, and economic shifts within Russia. As the conflict drags on, the Putin regime remains stable, popular even. But the war's impact promises to be a lasting one on Russian life and society. Join our experts for a discussion about how Putin's war in Ukraine is impacting Russia at home.
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Olga Khvostunova - Olga Khvostunova is a Fellow in the Eurasia Program. She is a journalist, researcher, and political analyst. She holds a PhD from the Moscow State University’s School of Journalism and is a coauthor of Media and Politics (2007) and Media in Changing Russia (2010). She has worked at the Institute of Modern Russia since 2011.
Aaron Schwartzbaum - Aaron Schwartzbaum is a 2023 Templeton Fellow in the Foreign Policy Research Institute's Eurasia Program, and is founder of FPRI’s Bear Market Brief. He now works with the Bear Market Brief team as an advisor, columnist, and podcast host.
András Tóth-Czifra - András Tóth-Czifra is a Fellow in the Eurasia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) and contributing author for FPRI's Bear Market Brief Newsletter. He is also a political analyst from Hungary, based in New York City.