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Friday, May 17, 2019

Harriman Alumna Ani Kokobobo Compares Alabama's New Abortion Law with Communist Albania's Extreme Abortion Ban (Monkey Cage)

Harriman Alumna Ani Kokobobo (Associate Professor of Slavic Languages, University of Kansas) writes for the Monkey Cage about "How Alabama's new abortion law echoes Communist Albania's extreme abortion ban."
Thursday, May 16, 2019

Kimberly Marten Discusses U.S. Relations and the Putin-Pompeo Meeting on WNYC's The Takeaway

Kimberly Marten discussed Secretary Pompeo’s trip to Sochi and where U.S.-Russia relations stand following Tuesday's meetings on WNYC's The Takeway.
Monday, May 13, 2019

Toby Gati for the Harriman's Oral History Project

"Unless we understand the way Russia calculates risk, we will not know how to respond. Unless we understand how they assess the way we calculate risk, we run real risks of sending the wrong signals to each other," Toby Trister Gati for the Harriman's oral history project.
Monday, May 13, 2019

Jack Snyder Interviewed in NY Times on Why Ethnic Majorities Lash Out Over False Fears

Jack Snyder (Robert and Renée Belfer Professor of International Relations) was interviewed for a piece in the New York Times on how dominant majorities may mistakenly believe they are imperiled minorities, citing Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka as examples. Prof. Snyder spoke on how the rise of democracy may contribute to or provoke majority backlashes (April 30). 
Monday, May 13, 2019

Student Spotlight: Colleen Wood (GSAS)

"Ideally, the things I write and think about can be brought into the real world." Read more about the 2019 NSF fellow.