Stephen F. Cohen
Stephen F. Cohen is professor emeritus of Russian studies at New York University and professor emeritus of politics at Princeton University. His books include “Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives: From Stalinism to the New Cold War.”
The leaders of five major emerging economies—Russia, India, Brazil, China, and South Africa—gather for the 2014 BRICS summit. (RT/Nacho Doce
The emergence of a new multipolar world.
Nation contributing editor Stephen F. Cohen and John Batchelor continue their weekly discussion of the new US-Russian Cold War. The discussion focuses on the impact of the conflict over Ukraine on other international developments, including the recent BRICS and Shanghai Cooperation summits in Russia led by Moscow and Beijing, Iran’s possible emergence as a major power, and the crisis in EU-Greek relations. Also discussed is the growing political crisis of the US-backed Ukrainian government, as armed ultra–nationalist forces clash with and threaten to overthrow the Kiev regime.)
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