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Digest | Jan 15, 2021
Analysis | Jan 14, 2021
What has U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's pick for CIA director said on Russia? Check out our compilation for some of Burns' observations and policy ideas regarding Russia.
Analysis | Jan 13, 2021
As the Biden administration enters the White House, it is tempting to assume that the downward spiral in U.S.-Russian relations can be slowed, if not reversed. Nowhere is the need for this change in trajectory more acute than in the sphere of nuclear arms control.
Event | Jan 25, 2021
Join Columbia University's Harriman Institute for an online book talk with Seonhee Kim, a postdoctoral research scholar at the Harriman Institute, on Russia's tactics in managing activities of civil society.
Event | Jan 28, 2021
Join Columbia University's Harriman Institute for an online book talk with Kate Brown, a historian of environmental and nuclear history at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, on her new book regarding the Chernobyl disaster.
Event | Feb 17, 2021
Join Columbia University's Harriman Institute for an online book talk with Jennifer Carroll on her work in Ukraine and resulting book, "Narkomania."
Post | Jan 07, 2021
The Levada Center has just released the results of its latest annual poll on the most significant events of the past year, and, predictably, the global coronavirus outbreak tops the list. As many as 39 percent of Russians believe the pandemic was the most significant event of 2020, while another 11 percent see the most significant event of 2020 as the amendments to the Russian Constitution, which have been designed to firm Russian President Vladimir Putin’s grip on power and reset the number of presidential term limits this veteran leader can serve, according to the poll (see Table 1). Rising prices came in third, according to Levada. In contrast, the share of Russians who view the 2020 presidential elections in the U.S. as the most important event of the past year was below the poll’s margin of error of 2.4 percent, totaling just 1 percent.