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18 Oct, 2022 06:32

Fear to live? Dmitry Trenin, research professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow

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The great Polish writer Stanislaw Jerzy Lec, who lived to see both the First and Second World Wars, remarked toward the end of his life that we should not expect too much of the end of the world. Given that Death, Famine, War, and Conquest, the four biblical horsemen of the apocalypse, are already riding atop our daily news bulletins, has the world, at least as we knew it, already ended? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Dmitry Trenin, a research professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.

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