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20 March 2019:
Russia’s Annexation of Crimea, Five Years On
Dear Members and Friends
We are delighted to confirm that the next speech in our lecture series will be given by Dr Andrew Foxall, Director of Russia and Eurasia Studies Centre, and Director of Research at the Henry Jackson Society on 20 March 2019 at 7pm in the Jubilee Room, House of Commons, Westminster SW1A 0AA.
His talk is entitled, ‘Russia’s Annexation of Crimea, Five Years On‘. Using the fifth anniversary of Russia’s seizure of Crimea as his starting point, Dr Foxall will discuss what motivates Russia’s foreign policy, highlight the threat that Russia poses to the West and the rules-based international order, and suggest what the West can do in response.
We hope you will be able to join us, and please feel free to invite your friends and colleagues to this event.
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Dr Andrew Foxall
Director of the Russia and Eurasian Studies Centre, and Director of Research Henry Jackson Society
Dr Andrew Foxall has been Director of the Russia and Eurasia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society since 2013 and in 2017 became Director of Research. Previously, Andrew held academic positions at the University of Oxford and Queen’s University Belfast.
Andrew’s research focuses on economic, political and security trends in Russia and the former Soviet Union. He is the author of Ethnic Relations in Post-Soviet Russia (Routledge, 2014) and is a frequent contributor to international newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, The Times, The Telegraph, Foreign Affairs, and Foreign Policy.
Andrew holds a DPhil from the University of Oxford.