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Analysis | Nov 09, 2020
UPDATED. What have the president-elect and vice president-elect said on the U.S. policies they advocate on key Russia-related issues, as well as their views on Russia itself?
Event | Nov 12, 2020
Join the Wilson Center for an online discussion of Francine Hirsch's new book, "Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg: A New History of the International Military Tribunal After World War II." 
Event | Nov 10, 2020
Join the Wilson Center for a conversation with Sergey Parkhomenko, Ivan Pavlov, Pavel Chikov and Roman Anin on Russian independent journalism. The conversation will take place in Russian.
Event | Nov 17, 2020
Join George Washington University's Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies for a book talk on "Memory Politics and the Russian Civil War: Reds Versus Whites" by Margarita Karnysheva and Marlene Laruelle. 
Event | Nov 16, 2020
Join the Central Asia Program in the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at George Washington University for a talk with Todd Drummond about the association between migrant parents and student learning outcomes in Kyrgyzstan.
Analysis | Nov 09, 2020
Trump’s loss thus may seem a defeat for Russia. But a Biden presidency can offer a silver lining for the Kremlin. 
Post | Nov 05, 2020
Despite Russians showing less interest in the 2020 U.S. presidential election than they did in the 2016 election, Russian media and government officials are still closely following the race between U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden. While pro-Kremlin media and Russian government officials have highlighted the possibility of civil unrest as a result of the close, contested race, others see democracy at work, like opposition figure Alexei Navalny, who called the still undecided vote “a real election.” A couple common threads, however, seem to be a belief that neither Trump nor Biden is necessarily “better” for Russia, and that the only clear outcome of the 2020 election so far is the deeply divided nature of American society. Check out our compilation of takes on the U.S. election from Russian media and officials.
Event | Nov 09, 2020
Join the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) for an online talk with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen E. Biegun and Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz on strengthening the transatlantic relationship amid today’s shifting geostrategic landscape of great power competition and a global pandemic in order to counter the foreign and security policy challenges posed by Russia.