Roger Moorhouse is a historian and author, specialising in Nazi Germany, Central Europe and World War Two in Europe. A visiting professor at the College of Europe in Warsaw, and a fellow of the Royal Historical Society in London, he is the author of a number of books, including “The Devils’ Alliance” (2014), “Berlin at War” (2010), and “First to Fight” (2019) – which won the Polish Foreign Ministry History Prize in 2020.
Friday March, 3
Panel VI: Russia's Difficult Journey towards a Stable and Normal Future
This panel brings together experts to explore Russia's path towards a more democratic and less aggressive future. The focus will be on the political, economic, and social reforms that are necessary for Russia to shift towards a more open and inclusive society, and the strategies that can be used pursued to achieve this goal. The discussion will delve into the domestic and international potential for democratization from the Russian opposition, and the implications for Russia's future trajectory. The panel will also examine the role of external factors, including the international community, in shaping Russia's journey towards greater democracy and reduced aggression. With Russia at a critical and dangerous juncture, this panel provides a crucial examination of the country's path towards a more open and peaceful future.