Our Long Game with Russia — in conversation with Sergey Radchenko

Sergey Radchenko is the Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor, at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He is an expert in the history of the Cold War, nuclear history, and on Russian and Chinese foreign and security policies. In this interview with Iain Martin he’ll discuss the ‘long game’ with Russia, asking how the West can facilitate Russia’s transition from an aggressive autocracy to a peaceful, or even docile, democracy. This interview was recorded in June 2022.
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Winston Churchill, Harry S Truman, Joseph Stalin join hands at the Potsdam conference, 1945. Credit: INTERFOTO / Alamy Stock Photo.
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