There will be a special event at Pushkin House on Tuesday, 21 January 2014 at 19.30-21.00 hrs. It is part of Pushkin House’s Current Affairs programme.
What are Russia’s prospects, political, social and economic, over the coming decade? Your chance to pick the brains of the leading specialists from Moscow when Andrew Jack, Financial Times Correspondent and Co-Chair of Pushkin House, interviews the top experts on regional political, economic and social developments from the Moscow Higher School of Economics, the Gaidar Institute and the Carnegie Moscow Center.
This event is organised in collaboration with the King’s Russia Institute, King’s College London.
About the speakers:
Andrew Jack (Chair) is a correspondent for the Financial Times, author of Inside Putin’s Russia and Co-Chair of Pushkin House.
Maria Lipman is editor-in-chief of the Russian journal Pro et Contra and chairs the Society & Regions Program of the Carnegie Moscow Center.
Boris Makarenko teaches political science at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow and is chairman of the board of the Center for Political Technologies.
Nikolay Petrov teaches regional politics at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow and chaired the Russian Regional Monitoring Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center until 2013.
Kirill Rogov is a senior research fellow at the Yegor T. Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy in Moscow.
Natalia Zubarevich is a professor of economic geography at the Moscow State University and director of the regional program of the Independent Institute for Social Policy.
All GB-Russia Society members are welcome to attend this talk by reserving tickets directly with Pushkin House: the cost is £7 (£5 concessions).