In this episode, the panel discuss how Russia’s foreign and security policies in Asia are being affected by the Indo-Pacific regional concept and the Quad security grouping.
Alexander Gabuev, Senior Fellow and Chair, Russia in the Asia-Pacific Programme at the Carnegie Moscow Center, and Dr Artyom Lukin, Associate Professor at Russia’s Far Eastern Federal University, discuss how Russia’s foreign and security policies in Asia are being affected by the Indo-Pacific regional concept and the Quad security grouping with host Dr Neil Melvin, Director RUSI International Security Studies.
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