The Hopkins China Forum and Chatham House cordially invite you to
Russia’s Globalization: Rise, Fall, and Future
The lecture will discuss Russia’s engagement with globalization, exploring the ambitious strategy under President Putin to reap the benefits of international economic integration while rebuilding a strong, centralized, and controlling state, with attention to implications for Russia’s future development and relationship with the West, as well as lessons for other countries. The lecture is based on the Chatham House Report, Russia’s Sovereign Globalization: Rise, Fall, and Future, written by Nigel Gould-Davies for the Chatham House Russia and Eurasia Programme.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Thursday, February 18th, 2016 | 19.00 - 21.00
9 Qinghai Lu
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Nigel Gould-Davies is Lecturer at Mahidol University International College in Thailand, and holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Harvard University, where he was awarded the Sumner prize for the best dissertation in International Relations. He taught at Oxford University before joining the UK’s Diplomatic Service, where he was Ambassador to Belarus, Head of the Economic Department in Moscow, and Project Director in the Strategy Unit. He later worked in the international energy industry, holding senior government relations roles in Central Asia and Southeast Asia. He taught political science for Johns Hopkins University in Yangon University before joining the faculty of Mahidol University. He is widely published on international relations and the politics of the former Soviet Union. He retains a consulting practice and is now writing a book about political risk.