Next Generation Conference on U.S.-Russia Relations, 2019

Thursday, January 31, 2019
Columbia University

The following memos were written by participants, both from the Harriman Institute and from Moscow's Primakov Institute for World Economics and International Relations (IMEMO), in the 2019 Next Generation Conference on U.S.-Russia Relations. This conference is supported by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Note: A public portion of the conference will take palace in the afternoon on February 1, 2019. For more information, visit the following event page: Conference. U.S. and Russian Security Issues.


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Christian Amos (Harriman Institute) The Soviet Western and critique: “unrelenting ideological battle” and “expanding cultural contacts”

Andrey Bardin (IMEMO) Developing a smart and innovative city: experience of Moscow

Lindsey Cohen (Harriman Institute) The Russian Government’s Decision to Intervene Militarily in Syria: Russia’s Understanding of Temporally Proximate Developments through the Lens of Aversion to US-Backed Regime Change in the Middle East

Joe Gamse (Harriman Institute) The US & Russia as Global Energy Players

Jennifer Ginsburg (Harriman Institute) The Problems of Taking Nationalist Rhetoric at Face Value

Tinatin Japaridze (Harriman Institute) Youth Diplomacy in the Cold War: Children As Goodwill Ambassadors

Sergey Kislitsyn (IMEMO) US Military and Political Cooperation with Finland and Sweden

Korinna Kostiukova (IMEMO) Russia – Japan: current status of economic cooperation and perspectives

Vincent Rampino (Harriman Institute) Assessing Russian Domestic Developments on the Eve of the Democratic Party Primary Season

Maria Solyanova (IMEMO) Strategic Stability in the New Cold-War Era