On Tuesday 25th June, we were delighted to welcome Professor Mark Galeotti to GSF. He gave a lecture entitled ‘Putin: How The West Gets Him Wrong’ at an event hosted by GSF’s Chairman, Lord Lothian PC QC DL.
On Tuesday 26th April, we were delighted to welcome back to GSF Sir Tony Brenton, UK Ambassador to Russia (2004-2008); and to welcome to GSF Charles Clover, Financial Times China correspondent, former FT Moscow bureau chief, and author of Black Wind, White Snow: The Rise of Continue reading
His Excellency Dr Alexander Yakovenko, Ambassador of the Russian Federation in the UK gave a lecture entitled ‘Russia’s Foreign Policy In A Changing World’, in the second of our October lectures. A summary of HE Dr Alexander Yakovenko’s lecture will Continue reading
Sir Tony Brenton KCMG, Professor Anatol Lieven and John Lough discussed the question, ‘Putin Redux: What’s Next for Russia And Its Relations With The West?’ in a debate chaired by Lord Anderson of Swansea on Tuesday 6th March. Two days Continue reading
On Wednesday 20th October, Sir Tony Brenton, Britain’s Ambassador to Russia from 2004-2008, opened GSF’s 2010-2011 lecture series with an extremely knowledgeable, comprehensive and astute overview of Russian affairs. Under the title ‘Russia: A New Whiff of Optimism?’, he painted two Continue reading
In our 10th March debate, Oksana Antonenko of the IISS and General Sir Garry Johnson discussed the vexed question of Georgia’s NATO aspirations. The event was chaired by Bernard Jenkin MP. Click here to download the debate
On 2nd June 2008, Sir Roderic Lyne KBE, CMG, delivered a comprehensive and wide-ranging analysis of our relationship with Russia, in which he concluded that we have no choice but to continue to deal realistially with Russia, as we do Continue reading