On November 6, 2015, the Program on U.S.-Russia Relations hosted its inaugural academic conference, on “Detente and Its Collapse in the 1970s: Lessons for Today?”
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Alexander Cooley (Director, Harriman Institute)
Kimberly Marten (Director, Program on U.S.-Russia Relations)
Detente and Its Collapse: The Big Picture and Its Current Relevance?
Richard K. Betts (Leo A. Shifrin Professor of War and Peace Studies, Arnold A. Saltzman Professor of War and Peace Studies, and Director of the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia)
Melvyn P. Leffler (Edward Stettinius Professor of History, University of Virginia)
Vladislav Zubok (Professor of International History, LSE)
Vladimir Pechatnov (Professor and Chair of European and American Studies, MGIMO)
Robert Jervis (Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Politics, Columbia)
New Research, New Perspectives?
Austin Long (Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs, Columbia)
Svetlana Savranskaya (Senior Research Fellow and Director of Russia Programs, National Security Archive, George Washington University)
Keren Yarhi-Milo (Assistant Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton)
Daniel Sargent (Associate Professor of History, University of California Berkeley)
Detente and Its Collapse: Lessons for Today?
Kimberly Marten (Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Political Science, Barnard College)
Feodor Voitolovsky (Deputy Director, Primakov Institute for World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO))
Deborah Welch Larson (UCLA Professor of Political Science, University of California Los Angeles)
Robert H. Legvold (Marshall D. Shulman Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Columbia)
Dmitry Suslov (Deputy Director, Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies, Higher School of Economics, Moscow)