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Event | Jan 18, 2017
This panel will take a look at Chinese and Russian activity in Latin America. What are each country’s goals in the region and are they in competition? How do regional actors view Russia and China’s engagement, respectively, and what are U.S. views on these relationships?
Event | Feb 07, 2017
Please join the Harriman Institute at Columbia University for a talk with Katerina Tertytchnaya and Yana Gorokhovskaia to discuss the nature of protester demands in Russia since Russian President Vladimir Putin's 2012 election and the repertoire of protester tactics, as well as the impact of protest on regime actions.  
Event | Apr 19, 2017
Please join Columbia University's Harriman Institute for a talk with Volodymyr Dubovyk to discuss the conflict in Ukraine from its beginning in 2014 to today. 
Event | Apr 01, 2017
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.
Event | Mar 28, 2017
Join Harvard University's Davis Center for a look at the role of women's and gender issues in the discourse surrounding Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. 
Event | Feb 17, 2017
Please join Harvard's Davis Center and Russia Matters for a talk by Samuel Charap to discuss his new book on the conflict in Ukraine.
Event | Feb 15, 2017
Join Harvard University's Davis Center for a discussion on the relations between Russia, China and the U.S. and the possible changes facing these relations under the new U.S. administration. 
Event | Feb 16, 2017
Please join the Harriman Institute at Columbia University for a three-day symposium to explore the multiple dance encounters that took place during the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States.
Event | Feb 16, 2017
Join the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) for a debate on whether or not the U.S. should continue to expand European missile defenses for NATO. This is the first in a debate series on a range of nuclear challenges and policy decisions the Trump administration will face in 2017.
Event | Mar 09, 2017
The Harriman Institute of Columbia University and New York University’s Jordan Center will host the inaugural event of the New York Russia Public Policy Seminar: “The Reset Trap? Reconfiguring U.S.-Russia Relations in a Time of International Uncertainty,” featuring Stephen Kotkin (Princeton), Daniel Nexon (Georgetown) and Yuval Weber (National Research University - Higher School of Economics and Harvard Davis Center).