Session 11.5: Soviet Transnational Influence on Asia: Chinese Communists of the 1920s, India in the 1960s, Soviet Uzbekistan-India Relations During Perestroika, and Moscow's Policies of Legitimizing Islam in Afghanistan in the 1980s

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When:
14:00, Thursday 5 Aug 2021 (1 hour 30 minutes)
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  Virtual session
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Chair: Christopher Burton (University of Lethbridge)

  • Severyan Dyakonov (Graduate Institute, Geneva) - Moscow's Policies of Shaping Indian Politics: Soviet Public Diplomacy Agencies in India in the 1960s
  • Luyang Zhou (Brown University) - How the Teacher's Success Became the Student's Setback: The Transnational Impact of the Bolshevik on the Chinese Communists in 1927
  • Vassily Klimentov (European University Institute) - Fighting for Islamic Legitimacy: The Soviet Union, the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan, and the 'Muslim World', 1979-1989
  • Riccardo Cucciolla (University of Naples) - The Tashkent Connection: The Relations of Soviet Uzbekistan with India and Afghanistan from Brezhnevism to Perestroika

Discussant: Jeff Sahadeo (Carleton University)
Chair
The University of Lethbridge
Panelist
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
PhD Candidate, TA
Panelist
Brown University
Panelist
European University Institute, Florence
Visiting Fellow/ SNSF Postdoctoral Researcher
Panelist
University of Naples L'Orientale
The Southern Front: Regional initiatives of Soviet Uzbekistan with India and Afghanistan during Perestroika
Discussant
Carleton University
Professor