2015: Putin’s Policies in Light of Early and Recent Russian History

Lecture by Alexey Arbatov

Fall 2015

Date Presenter Title
10/29 Matthew Rojansky
Director, Kennan Institute
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Russia, Ukraine, and the West: Causes and Consequences of the Current Conflict
Lecture in English

Spring 2016

Date Presenter Title
2/08 Alexander Vylegzhanin
Professor, Head of Department of International Law, MGIMO
Central Arctic Region: Legal Framework for International Cooperation
Lecture in Russian
2/09 Alexander Vylegzhanin
Professor, Head of Department of International Law, MGIMO
US-Russian Cooperation vis à vis Legal Issues of the Bering Strait
Lecture in Russian
3/07 Natalia Sevagina
Associate, State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow
Understanding Russia through Russian Icons
Lecture in Russian
3/08 Natalia Sevagina
Associate, State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow
Understanding Russia through Classic Art
Lecture in Russian
3/10 Natalia Sevagina
Associate, State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow
Understanding Russia through Modern and Avant Garde Art
Lecture in Russian
3/28 Ilya Krasilshchik
Publisher, meduza.io
How to Build Media in Modern Russia
Lecture in Russian
3/29 Ekaterina Krongaus
Editor, Author, Journalist, meduza.io
Journalism in Russia: How to Create a Story When Nobody Talks
Lecture in Russian
4/7 Ivan Kurilla
Professor, European University in St. Petersburg
Russian-American Relations (18th-19th century): International Interactions and Mutual Perceptions
Lecture in Russian
4/11 Victoria Zhuravleva
Professor, Russian State University for the Humanities
Russian-American Relations (19th-20th century): International Interactions and Mutual Perceptions
Lecture in Russian
4/12 Ivan Kurilla
Professor, European University in St. Petersburg
Historical Memory and Interpretations of History (in Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and the United States)
Lecture in Russian
4/14 Dmitry Adamsky
Professor, Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC Herzliya
The History of Russia’s Involvement in the Middle East
Lecture in Russian
4/14 Dmitry Adamsky
Professor, Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC Herzliya
The United States and Russia in the Middle East Now
Lecture in Russian
4/23 Victoria Zhuravleva and Ivan Kurilla Russian-American Relations in Crisis: High Politics and Popular Geopolitics
Lecture in Russian
5/3 Alexey Arbatov
Director, Center for International Security, IMEMO in Moscow
The Crisis in Contemporary Arms Control
Lecture in English
5/3 Nadia Arbatova
Department Head, IMEMO in Moscow
Russia’s Contemporary Euro-Atlantic Policy
Lecture in Russian
5/3 Alexey Arbatov, Brad Roberts, David Holloway, Jeffrey Knopf
Public Roundtable Discussion
Nowhere to Go But Up? US-Russia Relations and the Threat of Nuclear War: Georgy Arbatov Lecture Series
Lecture in English
5/4 Svetlana Savranskaya
Director, Russia Programs, National Security Archive, George Washington University
The Cuban Missile Crisis
Lecture in Russian
5/4 Svetlana Savranskaya
Director, Russia Programs, National Security Archive, George Washington University
Arms Control and the End of the Cold War
Lecture in Russian
5/5 Alexey Arbatov
Director, Center for International Security, IMEMO in Moscow
Russia’s Perspective on Nuclear Deterrence
Lecture in English
5/5 Nadia Arbatova
Department Head, IMEMO in Moscow
European Security in the Context of the Ukrainian Crisis: Russian Perspective
Lecture in Russian

About Meduza and the Evolution of Modern Russian Media

In Russian