Russian Military History


You are cordially invited to the eighth annual
Kosciuszko Chair Military Lecture 
in honor of
Gen. Walter Jajko 

on the topic of
Russian Military History
with
Geoffrey Seroka
Graduate Student at The Institute of World Politics

Wednesday, September 12th
4:30 - 5:30 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C.
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This event is sponsored by the Center for Intermarium Studies and the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies at IWP.
About the Lecture: This lecture will explore the military history of Russia, going back to pre-imperial times, in order to analyze the Russian Federation's recent actions toward the United States, NATO, and Europe. Russia has historically viewed war in a different light than the West, and this historical context is vital to determining how to respond to recent belligerent actions. 

About the Speaker: Geoffrey Seroka is a graduate student at The Institute of World Politics, studying International Affairs. He has focused his graduate research on Russian/Eurasian affairs and has delivered two previous lectures as a part of the Kosciusko Chair's Intermarium Lecture Series. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Government from Patrick Henry College in 2015. 

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