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User-friendly history? Sergey Radchenko, Professor of International Relations at Cardiff University

The legacy trap is a popular topic in business but not so much in international politics, despite the fact that all major powers are now in the process of redefining who they are as a nation. How is this quest for making America, Russia, China and some others great again changing the way they relate to one another? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Sergey Radchenko, Professor of International Relations at Cardiff University.


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