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Analysis | Nov 06, 2019
While Russia has collected a number of short-term dividends from the U.S. troop withdrawal, this “victory” is far from winning Moscow the war in Syria.
Event | Nov 12, 2019
Join Columbia's Harriman Institute for the first meeting of the 2019-2020 New York Russia Public Policy Seminar, a forum co-hosted by the Harriman Institute and New York University's Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia.
Event | Nov 14, 2019
Join PONARS for a talk with Dr. Stephen Wilson on the role of Russian coordinated disinformation operations online both around the world and in particular those targeted at the United States.
Analysis | Oct 31, 2019
Harvard's Timothy Colton discusses the problem of orderly succession in Russia, the chances for a thaw in U.S.-Russian relations and much more in this interview with
Post | Oct 30, 2019
Dr. Robert Hamilton, a retired U.S. Army colonel who’s spent much of his 30-plus-year career studying the former Soviet Union, has come back from a recent research trip to Ukraine more optimistic about possible ways to end the devastating war in the country’s east than before. Speaking last week at a Harvard Kennedy School event ahead of the release of his new report, “Five Years of War in the Donbas: Causes, Consequences and Conclusions,” Hamilton said he saw three reasons for optimism: (1) The exhaustion and frustration of people in the Donbas mean there’s a chance Kyiv could win them over by showing that it can give them a better life than the separatists; (2) Russian public opinion has shifted over the past few years, with growing dissatisfaction over the Kremlin’s engagement in expensive foreign adventures; and (3) Ukraine’s new president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, has the makings of a bridge figure, dispensing with the nationalist rhetoric of his predecessor and instead offering Ukraine hope for a civic identity that transcends the country’s east-west divide. But this window of opportunity “won’t stay open forever,” Hamilton warned, and the delay of the Normandy-format summit scheduled for September was “not a good sign.”
Event | Nov 01, 2019
Join the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) for a talk on Kazakh President Kassymjomart Tokayev and Kazakhstan's direction after the resignation of Nursultan Nazarbayev. 
Event | Oct 30, 2019
Join the Fletcher Eurasia Club at Tufts University's Fletcher School for a talk with Zviad Adzinbaia on the ways in which Georgia’s NATO accession can help improve Russia-West relations. 
Event | Nov 04, 2019
Join the Russia and Eurasia Program at The Fletcher School at Tufts University for a talk with Andrey Baklitskiy about the future of U.S.-Russia nuclear arms control.