September 25, 2020
Russia’s Foreign Policy: Soft, Hard, Smart Power
September 28, 2020
A Conversation with Her Excellency Emily Haber, Ambassador of Germany to the U.S.
September 30, 2020
The Quest for Europe and Eurasia’s Energy Security and Independence: Why it Matters to America
October 2, 2020
Challenges Facing Ukraine in Domestic and Internationial Politics
October 6, 2020
U.S.-Russia Relations in Light of the U.S. Elections
October 8, 2020
Multilateralism Adrift: What Can Be Done? A Virtual Conversation with Dr. Justin Vaïsse, Director General, Paris Peace Forum
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At the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IERES), our primary mission is to promote and support the study of Europe and Eurasia through research, courses, events, and publications. The Institute’s hallmarks are combining academic rigor with policy engagement, promoting interdisciplinary perspectives, and recognizing that Europe, Russia, and Eurasia cannot be understood in isolation from each other or from global trends.
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The Program on New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia (PONARS Eurasia) is a network of over 125 academics, mainly from North America and post-Soviet Eurasia, advancing new approaches to research on security, politics, economics, and society in Russia and Eurasia.
Central Asia Program
The Central Asia Program (CAP) promotes high-quality academic research on contemporary Central Asia, and serves as an interface for the policy, academic, diplomatic, and business communities.
Illiberalism Studies Program
The Illiberalism Studies Program studies the different faces of illiberal politics and thought in today’s world, taking into account the diversty of their cultural context, their intellectual genealogoy, the sociology of their popular support, and their implications on the international scene.
The Arctic Program is a NSF sponsored international research network that promotes meaningful dialogue about Arctic urban sustainability issues among policymakers and the public, and also provides support and materials to educators wishing to promote education on these Arctic issues.
The transatlantic commitment has been challenged by the last decades’ geopolitical transformations both in the US, Europe, Middle East and Eurasia. While the US and Europe still share the same values agenda, their strategic interests seem to dissociate gradually, and the weakening of multilateral institutions have accentuated tensions. The Transatlantic Program studies the evolution of the relationship, the political and societal changes of European states, and engages with the practicionners’ community on both sides of the ocean to develop both academic and policy solutions.
Petrach Program on Ukraine
The Petrach Program on Ukraine conducts a large number of activities that improve the understanidng of Ukraine in the United States. The Petrach Ukrainian Studies Fellowship brings to the Institute scholars working on contemporary Ukraine in any area of the humanities and social sciences.