Tanya Domi Interviewed on Radio Free Europe
She was also recently quoted by PassBlue on the upcoming annual UN Comission on the Status of Women's meeting which is being "girlcotted" by a major women's NGO.
New Edition of Harriman News
The latest edition of Harriman News, the Institute's biannual newsletter, has now been posted to our website. Print edition to come.
Anna Frajlich to Appear at Hunter College's "Poets of New York"
Timothy Frye on U.S.-Russia-Ukraine Relations
In light of President Trump's recent call to Ukraine's President Poroshenko, the recent escalation of fighting in Eastern Ukraine, and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley's statement about sanctions imposed on Russia after its 2014 annexation of Crimea, Timothy M. Frye, Marshall D. Shulman Professor of Post-Soviet Foreign Policy, Chair of Columbia's Department of Political Science, and former Director of the Harriman Institute, discusses the latest developments in the evolving relationships between Russia, Ukraine, and the United States, on PBS Newshour.
Timothy Frye on Donald Trump and the Kremlin in Salon
Timothy Frye on NY1 Discussing Russian Hacking Campaign Report
Timothy M. Frye, Marshall D. Shulman Professor of Post-Soviet Foreign Policy, Chair of Columbia's Department of Political Science, and former Director of the Harriman Institute, discusses on NY1 the implications of the new report from the Obama administration that accused Vladimir Putin of ordering a hidden campaign to influence America's presidential election in favor of Donald Trump.
Stephen Sestanovich: Three Hard Questions for Rex Tillerson About Russia Sanctions
Stephen Sestanovich, Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor for the Practice of International Diplomacy, writes in the Wall Street Journal that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's questions to Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson "should aim at getting him to admit how much sanctions have accomplished," and suggests three "hard questions" for Mr. Tillerson.
Alexander Cooley Interviews Sophie Pinkham on CSPAN
Alexander Cooley, Director, Harriman Institute; Claire Tow Professor of Political Science at Barnard College, interviews 2012 MARS-REERS alumna, and current Ph.D. candidate in Columbia's Department of Slavic Languages, Sophie Pinkham on CSPAN about her new book, Black Square: Adventures in Post-Soviet Ukraine (W.W. Norton & Company, 2016).
Oxford University Press Publishes Stanislawski's Zionism: A Very Short Introduction
In this Very Short Introduction, Michael Stanislawski presents an impartial and disinterested history of Zionist ideology from its origins to the present. Sharp and accessible, this book charts the crucial moments in the ideological development of Zionism, including the emergence of modern Jewish nationalism in early nineteenth century Europe, the founding of the Zionist movement by Theodor Herzl in 1897, the Balfour Declaration, the creation of the State of Israel in 1948 under the leadership of David Ben-Gurion, the Six Day War in 1967, the rise of the "Peace Now" movement, and the election of conservative prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Stanislawski's balanced analysis of these controversial events illuminates why, despite the undeniable success in its goal of creating a Jewish state, profound questions remain today about the long-term viability of Zionist ideology in a rapidly destabilizing Middle East.
Marten on NPR and "CBS This Morning: Saturday" Discussing U.S. Sanctions Against Russia
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