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PONARS Eurasia is an international network of scholars advancing new approaches to research on security, politics, economics, and society in Russia and Eurasia. The program is located at IERES at George Washington University.

Latest Episodes

Between Apathy and Activism: Political Participation in Russia

Ora John Reuter (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) discusses why Russians vote in elections and why the authorities even care if people vote.

4 MINJUN 20
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Between Apathy and Activism: Political Participation in Russia

Putin v. the People

Graeme Roberston (University of North Carolina) discusses his new book, Putin v. the People, co-authored with Samuel Greene (Kings College London), which provides insights into the role of personality and emotions in buttressing Putin's rule, possiblepost-Putinscenarios, and Russian politics more generally. (Also see their recent Point & Counterpoint article: "What Makes Putin Putin? (http://www.ponarseurasia.org/point-counter/article/what-makes-putin-putin)")

18 MINMAY 21
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Putin v. the People

The Politics of Information Manipulation: State-Controlled Media in Russia

Arturas Rozenas (NYU) discusses how Russian state-controlled media manipulates information to influence politics inside and outside Russia as well as the understudied components of Russian propaganda.

7 MINMAY 15
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The Politics of Information Manipulation: State-Controlled Media in Russia

Local Control and Worldwide Access: How Russian Elites Have Come to Use the Global Financial System to Defend Their Wealth

Igor Logvinenko (Wellesley College) discusses how Russia became so integrated with global financial markets and what U.S. policymakers should understand about how this "entanglement" affects sanctions policy on Russia.

5 MINMAY 11
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Local Control and Worldwide Access: How Russian Elites Have Come to Use the Global Financial System to Defend Their Wealth

Opposition at a Distance

Listen to Andrey Makarychev (University of Tartu, Estonia) discuss the dynamics of the "post-Crimean" Russia-EU relationship and how they affect geopolitics in the Baltic Sea region.

13 MINAPR 30
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Opposition at a Distance

Surviving Modernization: The Revolutionary Origins of Soviet Durability

ucan Ahmad Way (University of Toronto) discusses the spread of competitive authoritarianism in Eastern Europe, Russian interferences in democratic states, and the revolutionary orgins of Soviet durability.

6 MINAPR 26
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Surviving Modernization: The Revolutionary Origins of Soviet Durability

Soft Power and Media Effects in Russia’s Near Abroad

Hannah Chapman (Miami University, Ohio) discussesthe effectiveness of Russia's media strategies in its near abroad and how they relate to Moscow's broader geopolitical goals in the region.

6 MINAPR 23
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Soft Power and Media Effects in Russia’s Near Abroad

Authoritarian Pluralism: Why Does Kadyrov Promote Customary Law and Sharia in Chechnya

Egor Lazarev (University of Toronto) discussesRamzan Kadyrov's relationship with the Kremlin and why he promotes Sharia law in the Chechen Republic.

5 MINAPR 16
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Authoritarian Pluralism: Why Does Kadyrov Promote Customary Law and Sharia in Chechnya

Law and Politics in the Post-Soviet Space

Alexei Trochev (Nazarbayev University) discusses his recently completed research project on judicial politics in Ukraine and his current research on criminal justice reform in Kazakhstan.

7 MINAPR 2
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Law and Politics in the Post-Soviet Space

What Have We Learned from Putin’s First Year of His Fourth Term?

Kirill Rogov (Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy) discusses how President Vladimir Putin's fourth term will be affected by his declining approval ratings and economic stagnation.

6 MINMAR 25
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What Have We Learned from Putin’s First Year of His Fourth Term?

Latest Episodes

Between Apathy and Activism: Political Participation in Russia

Ora John Reuter (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) discusses why Russians vote in elections and why the authorities even care if people vote.

4 MINJUN 20
Comments
Between Apathy and Activism: Political Participation in Russia

Putin v. the People

Graeme Roberston (University of North Carolina) discusses his new book, Putin v. the People, co-authored with Samuel Greene (Kings College London), which provides insights into the role of personality and emotions in buttressing Putin's rule, possiblepost-Putinscenarios, and Russian politics more generally. (Also see their recent Point & Counterpoint article: "What Makes Putin Putin? (http://www.ponarseurasia.org/point-counter/article/what-makes-putin-putin)")

18 MINMAY 21
Comments
Putin v. the People

The Politics of Information Manipulation: State-Controlled Media in Russia

Arturas Rozenas (NYU) discusses how Russian state-controlled media manipulates information to influence politics inside and outside Russia as well as the understudied components of Russian propaganda.

7 MINMAY 15
Comments
The Politics of Information Manipulation: State-Controlled Media in Russia

Local Control and Worldwide Access: How Russian Elites Have Come to Use the Global Financial System to Defend Their Wealth

Igor Logvinenko (Wellesley College) discusses how Russia became so integrated with global financial markets and what U.S. policymakers should understand about how this "entanglement" affects sanctions policy on Russia.

5 MINMAY 11
Comments
Local Control and Worldwide Access: How Russian Elites Have Come to Use the Global Financial System to Defend Their Wealth

Opposition at a Distance

Listen to Andrey Makarychev (University of Tartu, Estonia) discuss the dynamics of the "post-Crimean" Russia-EU relationship and how they affect geopolitics in the Baltic Sea region.

13 MINAPR 30
Comments
Opposition at a Distance

Surviving Modernization: The Revolutionary Origins of Soviet Durability

ucan Ahmad Way (University of Toronto) discusses the spread of competitive authoritarianism in Eastern Europe, Russian interferences in democratic states, and the revolutionary orgins of Soviet durability.

6 MINAPR 26
Comments
Surviving Modernization: The Revolutionary Origins of Soviet Durability

Soft Power and Media Effects in Russia’s Near Abroad

Hannah Chapman (Miami University, Ohio) discussesthe effectiveness of Russia's media strategies in its near abroad and how they relate to Moscow's broader geopolitical goals in the region.

6 MINAPR 23
Comments
Soft Power and Media Effects in Russia’s Near Abroad

Authoritarian Pluralism: Why Does Kadyrov Promote Customary Law and Sharia in Chechnya

Egor Lazarev (University of Toronto) discussesRamzan Kadyrov's relationship with the Kremlin and why he promotes Sharia law in the Chechen Republic.

5 MINAPR 16
Comments
Authoritarian Pluralism: Why Does Kadyrov Promote Customary Law and Sharia in Chechnya

Law and Politics in the Post-Soviet Space

Alexei Trochev (Nazarbayev University) discusses his recently completed research project on judicial politics in Ukraine and his current research on criminal justice reform in Kazakhstan.

7 MINAPR 2
Comments
Law and Politics in the Post-Soviet Space

What Have We Learned from Putin’s First Year of His Fourth Term?

Kirill Rogov (Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy) discusses how President Vladimir Putin's fourth term will be affected by his declining approval ratings and economic stagnation.

6 MINMAR 25
Comments
What Have We Learned from Putin’s First Year of His Fourth Term?
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