The New York Russia Public Policy Series will host monthly seminars in the New York area that bring together scholars, policymakers, experts, students, and the public to discuss contemporary policy topics of importance to the U.S.-Russia relationship.
(Upcoming) Russia and the changing ideas industry: Addressing the decline of reginal expertise in academia and the policy world with Daniel Drezner, Alexandra Vacroux, Alexander Cooley and Joshua Tucker, November 30, 2017.
Learning while serving: Reflections on five years working international development and diplomacy in the Obama Administration with Dr. Sarah Mendelson (moderated by Alexander Cooley), May 3, 2017
Where are we and what next? The impact and the future of US and EU Ukraine sanctions with Louis Skyner, April 13, 2017
Everyone loses: The Ukraine crisis and the ruinous contest for post-Soviet Eurasia with Samuel Charap (book talk), February 15, 2017
Russia, the U.S. and the World: A Next Generation Policy Conference, March 31, 2017
The Kremlin Turns Ideological with Masha Lipman (moderated by Yana Gorokhovskaia), March 20, 2017
Inaugural Columbia-NYU New York Russia Public Policy Seminar: "The Reset Trap?" with Stephen Kotkin, Daniel Nexon, Yuval Weber, Alexander Cooley and Joshua Tucker, March 9, 2017
Subnational Protests in Russia Post-2012: Identifying Patterns of Street Contention in the Five Years Since Russia’s Winter of Protest with Katerina Tertytchnaya and Yana Gorokhovskaia (moderated by Elise Giuliano), February 7, 2017
Russia in Global Affairs with Dmitry Suslov, Andrei Skriba, Alexander Lukin, Mark Entin and Maksim Bratersky (moderated by Alexander Cooley), January 19, 2017
Revisiting the Axis of Convenience with Bobo Lo, November 16, 2016