Join the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at George Washington University for a talk with Nikolay Petrov (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow) on Russia's imminent political future.
Join the Wilson Center for a discussion on the Russian constitution. This panel will discuss the controversial origins of the Russian constitution, its guiding principles and how it has entered into and influenced Russian law for the past 25 years.
Join the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) for a talk with Stephen Kotkin on the geopolitical forces that buffeted the Baltic states during the 20th century and the strategies that these countries have used to preserve their independence.
Join George Washington University's Central Asia Program for a series of panels on Russia's policy in Syria and the Middle East. The first panel is devoted to Russia's engagement strategies in the Middle East, while the second panel focuses more specifically on Russia's military involvement in Syria and its impact.
Join Harvard's Davis Center for a full-day teacher workshop on U.S.-Russia relations. This workshop will allow teachers at the middle, high school and community college level to consider the current state of U.S.-Russia relations while also considering the history and the legacy of the Cold War.