The decolonization and de-imperialization of the so-called “Russian Federation” should be the final and final dismantling of the Russian Empire, which began in 1918 and continued in 1991. This is an inevitable process, and the Forum of Free Peoples aims to discuss what will happen after the collapse of Russia. It depends on our joint actions today, and the collective West must be ready for this.

The forum is held in partnership with the Jamestowm Foundation, a leading specialized American think tank. It will be attended by leaders of national liberation movements of the peoples enslaved by Moscow, as well as representatives of the political and diplomatic sectors of the EU and the United States, in particular, three former US ambassadors Peter Mattis, John Herbst and William Taylor.

On the forums of post-Russia, among other things, the following issues are discussed:

  • disarmament and denuclearization of new countries;
  • cooperation between new countries and Western countries;
  • containment of China’s expansion;
  • stabilization in commodity markets, including hydrocarbons, etc.

The states of the free world are still financing Russia’s terrorist regime, buying oil, gas, aluminum, uranium, grain, and diamonds from it. And the Kremlin, exploiting its own colonies, in particular, Siberia, Bashkortostan, Sakha, the Urals, Tatarstan, Karelia, Oirat-Kalmykia, Buryatia, Circassia and others, pays for its wars.

With the money received from the West, Moscow pays for its agent network, which operates in the same countries that pay Russia for natural resources. Pro-Russian universities, media, political parties, companies, think tanks and other institutions live at the expense of the Kremlin.

The approaches and strategies that have developed in the West during the XX-XXI centuries in relation to Russia need to be radically revised. Western democracies must assess the risks of turning a blind eye to Putin’s regime in exchange for cheap resources from the territories occupied by Moscow.

The Forum of Free Peoples of Post-Russia introduces Western partners to the peoples enslaved by Russia and shows that they have the strength and desire to separate from the empire, to mutually beneficial cooperation and peaceful participation in the post-war life of the world. Previous forums were held in Tokyo, Warsaw, Brussels, Washington and other cities.

The 11th edition of the forum will be held from 10:00 a.m. on April 16, 2024 in Washington, D.C., 1310 L St. NW, Suite 810, Washington DC, 20005. All information about the forum and registration of journalists and participants is carried out on the website.