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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Sophie Pinkham Reviews Joshua Yaffa's "Between Two Fires" for NYRB

Sophie Pinkham (MARS-REERS '12; Ph.D. Slavic Dept. '19) reviews Between Two Fires: Truth, Ambition, Compromise in Putin's Russia by Joshua Yaffa (SIPA '08) for the New York Review of Books (Aug. 20, 2020). 
Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Yuri Shevchuk Gives a Talk for Fulbright Ukraine's “The Price of Peace” Series

Yuri Shevchuk gave a talk, “Ukrainians in Soviet Film about the Second World War,” for the Fulbright Program (Ukraine). Watch it on video.
Monday, August 3, 2020

Thomas Kent Writes that COVID-19 Disinformation May Backfire

Writing for CEPA (Center for European Policy Analysis), Thomas Kent (International and Public Affairs) asks the question "Suppose Disinformation Doesn't Win" in regard to the unprecedented levels of information about COVID-19 (July 31, 2020).
Friday, July 31, 2020

Ani Kokobobo and Colleen Lucey Write on the State of Russian Studies and US-Russian Relations for Kennnan's Russia File

Alumnae Ani Kokobobo (Ph.D. '11, Slavic Languages) and Colleen Lucey (B.A. '06, Barnard Russian Studies) co-authored "If You Thought US-Russian Relations Were Bad Now, Wait Another 10 Years," a blog post for the Kennan Institute's Russia File (July 23, 2020). 
Monday, July 27, 2020

Elise Giuliano and Timothy Frye Discuss Khabarovsk Protests with VOA

Elise Giuliano (Lecturer in Discipline, Political Science; MARS-REERS Program Director) and Timothy Frye (Marshall D. Shulman Professor of Post-Soviet Foreign Policy​​​​​​​) discuss the protests in Khabarovsk on Aleksandr Gerasimov's show, Ono Vam Nado? (Do You Need This?) on the VOA Russian Service.