On Thursday September 12th 2024 a seminar will be held in Tartu, Estonia entitled Arts of survival in the Baltic: Russia’s futures and their implications’.

The seminar is being organised jointly by the Centre for Geopolitics, University of Cambridge and the Baltic Defence College in Tartu, who are members of the Baltic Geopolitics Network. It is being supported by the British Embassies in Tallinn and Riga.

The purpose of the seminar is to consider the various implications for the region of changes in Russia as a consequence of the current conflict in the Ukraine. The event will comprise an invitation-only seminar, followed by a public open and streamed meeting, entitled “Arts of Survival on the Border with Russia”. This will form part of the programme of Tartu – European Capital of Culture 2024, with the overall leading theme of ‘Arts of Survival’.

The invitation-only seminar will consist of three sessions, addressing:

1)     Scenarios for Russia’s Future

2)     Implications for Small Neighbours

3)     Implications for Global Geopolitics and the World Order

and the public, open session will address:

4)     Arts of Survival on the Border with Russia 

The conference will take place at the Lydia Hotel in the centre of Tartu.

Further details will be published in due course.

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