February 26, 2014
By John Lee
Long-time CNN-Moscow Bureau Chief, Jill Dougherty led a timely discussion of “Russia’s Role on the Global Stage”.
November 26, 2002
By Jessica Stern, Former Lecturer in Public Policy; Former Faculty Affiliate, International Security Program, Monica Duffy Toft, Former Associate Professor of Public Policy; Former Board Member, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; Former Director, Initiative on Religion and International Affairs. and Miriam Lanskoy
A discussion about recent events in the Russian-Chechen conflict and possible connections between Chechen fighters and international Islamist organizations.
May 27, 2002
By Ashton B. Carter, Former Co-Director, Preventive Defense Project, Harvard & Stanford Universities
Dr. Ashton B. Carter reports on his trip to Nunn-Lugar sites in Russia.
By Graham Allison, Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School
Some of you may remember Yevgenii Primakov’s last comment to the Duma before he was unceremoniously dismissed. This is a true statement. He said “Your lives will be bad, but not long.” I think you could make this comment about the election. It has not been good, but fortunately, it will not be long.
Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States: UNDP's Perspective of Development and Integration ChallengesOn April 23, 2003, Harvard?s Caspian Studies Program, Center for International Development, and Kokkalis Program on Southeastern and East-Central Europe co-sponsored an address at Harvard?s Kennedy School of Government by Dr. Kalman Mizsei, Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States of the UN Development Program (UNDP), and Assistant Secretary-General of the UN.
U.S. Security and Military Cooperation with the Countries of the South Caucasus: Successes and ShortcomingsOn May 13, 2003, Harvard?s Caspian Studies Program and Black Sea Security Program sponsored a panel at Harvard?s Kennedy School on ?U.S. Security and Military Cooperation with the Countries of the South Caucasus: Successes and Shortcomings.?