Kimberly Marten for the Harriman Institute's Oral History Project

Thursday, August 29, 2019

“I see Putin’s actions becoming more and more risk-acceptant in a way that I find very disturbing. I think the first sign of that was Georgia. The second sign of it was what happened in Crimea...I think he is taking risks that indicate desperation, and I worry about what that means.” Harriman faculty member and former Acting Director Kimberly Marten on the political situation in Russia. Read the interview.