Almost three decades have passed since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. However, the disintegration of a former superpower cannot happen in such a manner that its heritage would disappear without a trace. The Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA), in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and with the participation of a group of European and Russian experts on the post-Soviet space, undertook a major research project to analyse the remaining material and other structural legacies of the USSR. The aim was to find out, among other things, whether re-integration of the post-Soviet space, or a part thereof, around Russia is still possible and what kind of centrifugal and centripetal forces are still at play. In other words, the intention was to assess whether it still makes sense to speak about post-Soviet space as a collective region. The seminar, organised by FIIA in connection with the publication of the study, will present the major conclusions of the project.