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Populism in Central Europe: Citizen Demand for Democratic Backsliding?

Populism in Central Europe: Citizen Demand for Democratic Backsliding?

Georgi Gospodinov Fall 2022 Writer in Residence

Georgi Gospodinov, Harriman Writer in Residence

Harriman Responds to Russia's War on Ukraine

Harriman Responds to Russia's War on Ukraine

Max Lawton on the U.S. Sorokin Book Tour

Max Lawton on the U.S. Sorokin Book Tour

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Harriman Institute Responds to Russia's War on Ukraine

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The Harriman Institute offers a number of programs for students interested in Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe, including a Master of Arts in Regional Studies (MARS-REERS) through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The MARS-REERS degree program focuses on a multidisciplinary approach to the study of contemporary Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe.

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Max Lawton on the U.S. Sorokin Book Tour

Max Lawton on the U.S. Sorokin Book Tour

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