Is Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine an anomaly, or an example of Russian grand strategy in action? If the latter, what does this mean for potential future clashes with Russia around the world? Andrew Monaghan has studied Russia for decades and recently edited a book, “Russia Grand Strategy in the Era of Global Power Competition,” that explains the Russian perspective on foreign policy and outlines Russia’s long-term goals and strategies.
On April 11, USIP hosted a conversation with Andrew Monaghan on what Russian grand strategy entails, how it manifests in the political, economic, and military spheres, and what this means for the United States and the future of global conflict in the era of great power competition.
Take part in the conversation on Twitter using #RussiaUSIP.
Dr. Andrew Monaghan
Global Fellow, Kennan Institute, the Wilson Center
Mary Glantz, moderator
Senior Advisor, Center for Russia and Europe, U.S. Institute of Peace