September 26: The Russian Mafia: Unmasking a Global Menace

September 26: The Russian Mafia: Unmasking a Global Menace

Date: September 26, 2018
Time: 7 p.m.
Cost: Free for Members or with Museum admission

 

The Russian Mafia conjures images of violence, crime and international intrigue. But what do we really know about organized crime in Russia?

Professor Mark Galeotti is one of the foremost experts on Russian organized crime, espionage, and the Russian Mafia. His latest book, The Vory: Russia’s Super Mafia, chronicles the rise of the Russian Mafia, from Stalin’s Gulag labor camps, to the cybercriminals and gangster-businessmen operating in positions of unparalleled power.

Galeotti has studied Russia’s murky and mysterious underworld for more than 20 years. He will provide insights on the criminal roots and current affairs of one of the most misunderstood global crime networks.

Mark Galeotti will reveal the inner workings of the Russian Mafia, including:

  • Galeotti’s personal experiences with Russian criminals
  • Origination of Russian Mafia
  • Criminal rackets Russian gangsters engage in
  • Vladimir Putin’s involvement in Organized Crime
  • Threats the Russian underworld poses to the U.S. today

Galeotti will provide critical insights into how organized crime and international geopolitics really work in the 21st century. Don’t miss this enlightening presentation and book-signing.

A book signing with Galeotti will follow this program.

Free for Museum Member or with Museum admission.

If you’re a Museum Member, please bring your Membership card with you and look for a member check-in table in our lobby.

If you’re not a Museum Member, please check-in at our box office to purchase your Museum admission.

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