Join the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) for a talk on a new report put out by representatives from the West, Russia and the states in between on the regional order in post-Soviet Europe and Eurasia.
Join Harvard's Davis Center for a talk with Shoshana Keller on "Russia and Central Asia: Coexistence, Conquest, Convergence," which provides an overview of the relationship between two dynamic regions, highlighting the ways in which Russia and Central Asia have influenced and been influenced by Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Covering early coexistence in the seventeenth century to the present day, this synthesis seeks to encourage new ways of thinking about how the modern world developed.
Join the Wilson Center's Kennan Center for a conference on the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe. The conference will explore the events leading to and influencing the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe in the Autumn of 1989. A panel comprised of former officers from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and scholars will discuss the ways in which analysis from the time informed policymakers, assisting them in formulating the US policies and response to Communism’s collapse in the region.
Join Columbia's Harriman Institute for a talk with Jennie L. Schulze on her book, "Strategic Frames: Europe, Russia, and Minority Inclusion in Estonia and Latvia." The book analyzes minority policies in Estonia and Latvia following their independence from the Soviet Union. It weighs the powerful influence of both Europe and Russia on their policy choices, and how this intersected with the costs and benefits of policy changes for the politicians in each state.