Carnegie New Leaders Podcast: International Relations in the Context of Plato, with Ilya Kursenko

Nov 2, 2021

Samantha Jordan, president of Carnegie New Leaders, speaks with Ilya Kursenko, a member of the Carnegie New Leaders and a Master's student at Saint Petersburg State University in Russia, about international affairs in the context of Plato and his personal experience as a Russian student experiencing life in the United States. The conversation explores the historical influence of Plato on Western civilization, the connection to international relations in the post-modern era, and the necessity of bilateral dialogue and understanding different perspectives.

Samantha Jordan, president of Carnegie New Leaders, speaks with Ilya Kursenko, a member of the Carnegie New Leaders and a Master's student at Saint Petersburg State University in Russia, about international affairs in the context of Plato and his personal experience as a Russian student experiencing life in the United States. The conversation explores the historical influence of Plato on Western civilization, the connection to international relations in the post-modern era, and the necessity of bilateral dialogue and understanding different perspectives.

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