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Event | December 07, 2018

Russian Policy in Syria and the Middle East: Determination, Delight and Disappointment

Join George Washington University's Central Asia Program for a series of panels on Russia's policy in Syria and the Middle East. The first panel is devoted to Russia's engagement strategies in the Middle East, while the second panel focuses more specifically on Russia's military involvement in Syria and its impact.
Event | November 15, 2018

Evolution of Unilateral Sanctions and the Russian Case

Join Harvard's Davis Center for a talk with Ekaterina Likhacheva on anti-Russian sanctions. Dr. Likhacheva will present preliminary results of her research project on unilateral sanctions, which she has been conducting since 2015 at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.
Event | November 16, 2018

Kazakhstan in a Changing Eurasia

Join Harvard's Davis Center for a talk with Erzhan Kazykhanov, Ambassador of Kazakhstan to the United States, on Kazakhstan's development and on the U.S.-Kazakhstan relationship.
Event | November 19, 2018

The Putin Moment: What It Means and How Long It May Last

Join Harvard's Davis Center for a talk with Vladislav Inozemtsev on his conception of the "Putin Moment," a trend originated by Vladimir Putin in which policymakers capitalize on popular fears and ignorance in order to clamp down on their societies and perpetuate their powers.