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Prof. Hope M. Harrison publishes articule, “Harmony was yesterday: the former trust is gone–the question of dealing with Putin’s Russia is a heavy weight these days on American-German relations.”
Prof. Hope M. Harrison featured in German documentary film “Tops and Flops in the White House: America’s Presidents.”
Prof. Hope M. Harrison interviewed by Deutsche Welle in new video “German reunification: How two countires (sort of) became one.”
Prof. Hope M. Harrison was a featured expert on German history in a documentary film aired in Germany on ARD, “Places with Secrets: The Brandenburg Gate.”
IERES Visiting Scholar Caitlin Katsiaficas publishes COVID-19 Shines Spotlight on Need for Strenghtened Mental Health Response for Asylum Seekers.
Professor Eliot Sorel publishes new article “The COVID-19 Pandemic: A National and Global Social Contracts Stress Test”.
Professor Hope M. Harrison publishes new piece with the Wilson Center, “Black Lives Matter and the Berlin Wall”.
IERES Visiting Scholar Irina Olimpieva writes new article Молодежь раздражена коррупцией, но не хочет нести риски борьбы с ней in Vedomosti.
Professor Hope M. Harrison recently appeared on Voice of America’s “Plugged in with Greta Van Sustren” to discuss her new book and the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Professor Hope M. Harrison has recently published a new book, After the Berlin Wall: Memory and the Making of the New Germany, 1989 to the Present. During the week of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall Professor Harrison will be participating in several events around DC. Please see a list of these events below:
- November 5th at the Elliott School of International Affairs
- November 7th at the Wilson Center
- November 9th at the Newseum
- November 10th at Politics and Prose
Professor Hope M. Harrison was recently quoted in The New York Times article, “Has a U.S. College Given Russia Too Friendley a Platform”.
Professor Harris Mylonas writes new article “Nation-Building and the Role of Identity in Civil Wars” in the journal Ethnopolitics.
Professor Hope M. Harrison writes new article Debate on German Reunification: Master narrative with blank spaces in the German newspaper, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, on the German politics of history regarding the Berlin Wall.
Professor Harris Mylonas writes new article “Greece: Political Developments and Data in 2018” on the political developments in Greece for the European Journal of Political Research.
Professor Harris Mylonas writes new post “After a decade of crisis, Greek politics are turning normal and more technocratic” for the Washington Post’s Blog The Monkey Cage.
The Central Asia Program recently published it’s latest paper “Russia’s Islamic Diplomacy”, edited by Professor Marlene Laruelle. The paper is part of the CAP’s “Islam in Russia, Russian in the Islamic World” initiative.
Professor Marlene Laruelle publishes new paper “Russia’s Militia Groups and their Use at Home and Abroad” in the Institut francais des relations internationales’s collection Russie.Nei.Visions.
Professor Marlene Laruelle publishes new study “Collusion or Homegrown Collaboration?” with Political Capital Policy Research & Consulting Institute.
Professor Marlene Laruelle writes article “Kazakhstani public opinion of the United States and Russia: testing variables of (un)favourability” in the journal Central Asian Survey.
Professor Marlene Laruelle quoted in The New York Times article “Longtime President of Kazakhstan Surprises Region by Resigning”.
Professor Hope M. Harrison was quoted in The New York Times article “At Checkpoint Charlie, Cold War History Confronts Crass Commercialism”.
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