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  • Justin Burke

    Adjunct Professor in International Affairs
    Columbia University
    212 854 0428

    Journalism; contemporary politics in Central Asia; the history of perestroika and the collapse of the Soviet Union; the history of color revolutions in post-Soviet Eurasia.

  • Tanya Domi

    Adjunct Professor, International and Public Affairs
    Columbia University
    212-854-4623

    Human rights in Post-Soviet and Post-Yugoslav states; women in politics and media freedoms in transitional democracies; foreign policies of Post-Soviet and Post-Yugoslav states and consequences of war trauma on post-conflict states.  

  • Julie George

    Visiting Associate Professor of International and Public Affairs
    Columbia University
    212-844-3239

    Politics in the Caucasus, politics in Eurasia, democratic and authoritarian regimes, state building, ethnicity and identity, civil wars.

  • Jenik Radon

    Adjunct Professor, International & Public Affairs
    Columbia University
    212-496-2700

    Oil and Gas (incl. Pipelines and Energy Security), International Corporate Responsibility (incl. Corruption and Minority Rights), and International Negotiation; Select Country Focus: Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Mongolia and India.

  • Carolin Roeder

    Istvan Deak Visiting Assistant Professor of History
    Columbia University
    212 854-0619

    Culture and politics in modern Eastern and Southeastern Europe, environmental history, history of climbing, outdoor sports and recreation, material history

    Summer A 2021

  • Natasha Udensiva

    Lecturer in International and Public Affairs
    School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
    347-866-7561

    National oil companies, particularly Rosneft; the nexus of state and the business development of independent companies.