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Event | March 06, 2018

Is This a New Cold War?

Professors Steven Walt and Robert Legvold discuss whether the U.S. and Russia are entering a new Cold War.
Event | March 08, 2018

The Interplay between Public Opinion and Domestic Policy

Matthew Baum, a professor of global communications at the Kennedy School of Government, and
Sophie Shevarnadze, a journalist for RT, discuss the relationship between public opinion and domestic policy.
Event | March 15, 2018

Putin's Pantheon: Saints, Tsars, and Executioners

Maria (Masha) Lipman, a Russian political analyst and media specialist, speaks about the Kremlin’s ideology, which might look rigid, but is in fact improvisational, blurry, full of contradictions, and riddled with ideological—and potentially, political—divisions.
Event | February 22, 2018

Russia and Turkey: The Makings of an Ambiguous Partnership

Dimitar Bechev, director of the the European Policy Institute, discusses the dynamics of Russian-Turkish relations on a range of issues including the war in Syria, security affairs in the Black Sea and the post-Soviet space, energy and trade, as well as the implications for the U.S. and Europe.