Putin's Presidency: Two Years After Election

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
12:00pm
Marshall D. Shulman Seminar Room (1219 IAB)
Please join the Harriman Institute for a lecture by Andranik Migranyan, Director, Institute for Democracy and Cooperation, New York.
 
Dr. Migranyan is a member of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy of the Russian Federation, member of the Valdai Discussion Club, Chairman of the Research Council of the CIS Institute, Chairman of the commission of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation (first convocation), and Member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation (second convocation).  He previously served as member of the Presidential Council of the Russian Federation (1993–2000); Professor of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations - MGIMO; Senior Adviser to the Committee on Foreign Relations, Supreme Council of the Russian Federation (1992–1993); Chief Advisor to the Committee on CIS Problems of Russian Parliament (The State Duma) (1994–1995); Vice-president, Reforma Foundation (1993–2003); First Vice-President, Soglasiye Foundation (2004–2008).  Dr. Migranyan is the author of over 600 publications in Russian and other languages, including Democracy and Morality (1989), Russia in Search for Identity (1997); Russia: From Chaos to Order? (2001); The United States After the First Obama Term (2012) - editor; Democracy in a Russian Mirror (2013) – author and co-editor with Adam Przeworski.
 
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