A memorial service for Kennan Institute co-founder George F. Kennan was held at the National Cathedral on 6 April 2005. The following are the remarks made by Kennan Institute Director Blair A. Ruble at the service.
The Wilson Center's staff and scholars offer condolences to the family of George F. Kennan, (1904-2005), a historian and diplomat whose thinking redefined America's policy toward Russia during the Cold War.
The Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and the Woodrow Wilson Center's Kennan Institute present an International Conference on: "Commercial Law Reform in Russia and Eurasia" Friday-Saturday, 8-9 April 2005
When an election scandal rocked Ukraine, thousands of Ukrainians took to the streets of Kyiv in peaceful protest, in what became known as The Orange Revolution. After an election rerun in December, opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko was inaugurated the new president in January, and the country now looks ahead with hope.
Please join the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) and the Kennan Institute at 2:30 pm on Monday, February 7 for an on-the-record briefing about current Russian government policies towards religion and anti-Semitism in Russia. USCIRF Vice Chair Felice D. Gaer will lead the discussion featuring three experts on religion in Russia: Paul Goble, Nickolai Butkevich, and Lawrence A. Uzzell.
In this speech, former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine William Green Miller provides a first-hand account of the "Orange Revolution" in Ukraine. Amb. Miller was an election observer for all three rounds of Ukraine's presidential election, including the December 26 election ordered by Ukraine's Supreme Court.
The Kennan Institute is pleased to announce that it has joined with the University of Ottawa, the Canadian Institute for Ukrainian Studies, and the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute in supporting The Ukraine List (UKL). Compiled by Dominique Arel, Chair of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Ottawa, UKL is an academic/current events electronic newsletter sent to scholars and professionals in the area of Ukrainian studies. To join the list, please contact email@example.com.
The Kennan Institute is pleased to announce that the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies has recognized three scholars for books they have written while at the the Woodrow Wilson Center.
Experts & Staff
- Matthew Rojansky // Director, Kennan Institute
- William E. Pomeranz // Deputy Director, Kennan Institute
- F. Joseph Dresen // Program Associate
- Mary Elizabeth Malinkin // Program Associate
- Mattison Brady // Program Assistant
- Blair A. Ruble // Director, Global Sustainability and Resilience Program, and Senior Advisor, Kennan Institute