International Relations Expert Professor Haslam and his book Hubris feature in The European
Historian and academic Professor Jonathan Haslam has been featured in one of the UK’s leading current affairs magazines.
Professor Haslam, author of forthcoming non-fiction title Hubris: The Origins of Russia’s War Against Ukraine, has contributed an exclusive thought-leader article to The European on the True roots of the Russo-Ukrainian War.
The author, Professor Emeritus of the History of International Relations at the University of Cambridge with a special interest in the former Soviet Union, is also interviewed about his forthcoming book, which is set to be published later this year through Head of Zeus.
Hubris is the latest in a number of books that Professor Haslam has written about Soviet foreign policy and ideology.
The former George F. Kennan Professor in the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, has also penned the acclaimed The Spectre of War: International Communism and the Origins of World War II, published through Princeton University Press in 2021.
His hotly anticipated new book exposes the roots of the ongoing Ukraine war from all sides.
In great detail, it examines the course of relations with Russia since 1992, the policies towards it conceived in the United States, and the Russian reaction, leading to war.
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