The Davis Center's seminar series "What is Eurasia?" continues with Rawi Abdelal, director of the Davis Center and professor of international management at Harvard Business School, speaking on pipelines and hydrocarbons in the creation of geopolitical space.
The Davis Center's seminar series "What is Eurasia?" continues with Willard Sunderland, professor of history at the University of Cincinnati, speaking on Russia's role in the Russia, China and Japan triangle.
Join NYU's Jordan Center for the Advance Study of Russia for the 38th Annual Meeting of NESEEES Conference. The conference brings together scholars working on all aspects of the Slavic, East European and Eurasian world and provides a showcase for new work.
Join Columbia University's Harriman Institute and New York University’s Jordan Center for the second New York Russia Public Policy Seminar. This panel discussion will look at the history of Kompromat in the Soviet Union and the post-Soviet successor states, its current role in Russian politics, the ways in which in technological changes have impacted Kompromat, as well as the the potential effects of Kompromat on U.S.-Russian relations.
Join the Georgetown University's Center for Latin American Studies, the Latin American Initiative and the Center for Eurasian, Russian and Eastern European Studies (CERES) for a comparative look at political developments in Brazil and Russia with Dr. Angelo Segrillo.
Join the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) for a discussion with Sergey Denisentsev on the drivers of the growth in Russia’s arms exports, the causes of the relative stagnation of recent years and the prospects for the future amidst a rapidly-changing global arms market.