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11 Jun, 2023 06:20

Peace for the elect? Lanxin Xiang, Distinguished Fellow at the Stimson Center

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At first glance, today’s geopolitics has little to do with religion or spirituality but, as tensions exacerbate, Russia, the United States, the European Union, as well as China, are framing them in starkly existential terms. And while mutually assured destruction still seems an unlikely dystopia, what about mutually assured coexistence or security? Is that just as improbable? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Lanxin Xiang, Distinguished Fellow at the Stimson Center in Washington DC.

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