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Discussion | Post-Invasion Russia: A Stable New Order or a Collapse Waiting to Happen? (in-person and online)

Wednesday, November 1, 2023, 3:00 pm


Russia has undergone massive changes since February 24, 2022. Its economy, surrounded by a wall of sanctions, has shifted into the new mode: fiscal-driven military mobilization. Millions of people participate in the war effort as soldiers, workers in the military-industrial complex and volunteers willingly supporting Russian troops in the war against Ukraine. Hundreds of thousands, mostly young skilled professionals, left the country. The Kremlin implemented de facto, if not de jure, martial law, banning all opposition and expanding its propaganda efforts, including an unprecedented overhaul of the education system along the nationalist
and conservative lines.

Do these developments point to the emergence of a new and stable social order and can potentially survive even a major defeat in Ukraine? Or are they simply haphazard attempts to adjust to the new situation, doomed to failure due to the sharpening of all social contradictions that could very well lead to the regime's or even the state's total collapse? There is some evidence supporting both scenarios. On the one hand, the statistics coming from Russia, as suspect as they are, seem to indicate that the economy is finding a new balance (externally corroborated data, such as import and export volumes, seems to support this). On the other hand, Evgeny Prigozhin's mutiny points to the deep fissures among the elites, including the leaders of various military formations. Volodymyr Ishchenko, a Ukrainian sociologist, and two Russian scholars, Ilya Matveev and Oleg Zhuravlev, will discuss these issues and provide their sometimes diverging interpretations. The event will be moderated by Yekaterina Oziashvili, a political economist from Sarah Lawrence College.

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