Kimberly Marten (Professor and Chair, Barnard Political Science) has published "NATO Enlargement: Evaluating Its Consquences in Russia" in International Politics.
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Laszlo Bruszt, István Deák Visiting Professor, published the essay "Labor Rights in the Time of Pandemic: Hungary’s Return to the 19th Century in Response to Covid 19" on Public Seminar.
Since he joined Columbia's faculty last fall, Mark Lipovetsky has organized a number of high-profile Russian cultural events on campus with the hope of creating a center for contemporary Russian culture at the Harriman Institute. A case in point is the Super-NOS Russian Literary Festival. Read the article.
Alexander Cooley's forthcoming book, Exit from Hegemony, was mentioned in the Financial Times "2020 visions: the year ahead in books."
Małgorzata Mazurek (Associate Professor of Polish Studies) delivered the Visegrad Talk at the Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill on October 24.
Why three letters—and a Beatles song—trigger grammatical controversy, historical trauma, and existential crisis in Kyiv. Mark Andryczyk, Associate Research Scholar in the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute comments for an article in Foreign Policy on the geopolitics of Ukraine’s "The."