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Event | Jan 18, 2018
Join the Harriman Institute and Columbia Global Policy Initiative for a conference on the transnational issues of migration and forced migration, taking a comparative approach that considers the European, Eurasian, and North American cases.
Event | Jan 23, 2018
A panel of journalists, academics and media experts discuss the U.S. government's November 2017 decision to label Russia Today as a foreign agent in an event hosted by the Harriman Institute and the Columbia Journalism School.
Event | Feb 01, 2018
Jane Buchanan , Professor Natalie Koch, and Gabriele Marcotti discuss the how the 2018 World Cup in Russia is inseparable from political discussions in an event part of the New York Russia Public Policy Seminar sponsored by Columbia's Harriman Institute and New York University’s Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia.
Event | Jan 25, 2018
Join the Wilson Center's Abraham Denmark, Matthew Rojansky, and Robert Daly for a discussion on the future of Russia and China's plans for a better connected Eurasia.
Event | Feb 07, 2018
The Fletcher School presents a lecture by journalist and Russia expert Andrei Kolesnikov on Russian domestic politics and political institutions, including the upcoming presidential election, public opinion, and the role of opposition protests in Russia.
Event | Jan 25, 2018
This seminar will present Chinese and Russian ideas about global order and international law that emerged during the Cold War, trace their historical antecedents, and present contemporaneous reactions to these views from policymakers in the U.S. government.
Event | Feb 01, 2018
This talk will touch upon political, economic, geographical and cultural matters that unite Eurasian and national identities in the former Soviet republics under a common identity.
Event | Feb 07, 2018
PhD candidate Alexis Lerner discuses co-optation as an effective protest management tool used by hybrid states in order to demonstrate state capacity, to neutralize a non-violent protest movement, and to create a façade of political pluralism.
Event | Feb 08, 2018
Jordan Gans-Morse discusses his book "Property Rights in Post-Soviet Russia: Violence, Corruption, and the Demand for Law," which posits, among other things, that the crucial importance of private sector “demand” for law is frequently overlooked.
Event | Feb 08, 2018
Russian politician, TV talk show host, socialite, journalist and social activist Ksenia Sobchak discusses her bid for the Russian presidency.