Putin's Initiative for Global Peace

Putin consolidated Russia’s Security interests in the areas of its “near-abroad”, and used force to annex Georgia and Crimea. As early as 2004, he gathered a select group of political scientists and thinkers, under the umbrella of Valdai Discussion Club, and “put forward the vision of himself and his country for overcoming the logic of conflict in tomorrow’s world, for a life at peace”. 

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