Russia and Eurasia Publications

Voices During the Maidan as Captured by Public Radio Ukraine

Apr 01, 2015
A lot has been written about the Euromaidan in Ukraine. Many have written about their memories. Oral histories are being recorded. But what were people saying, at the time, as events were unfolding? more

Kennan Cable No.6: Peace and Energy in Ukraine… and Russia

Mar 12, 2015
Jan H. Kalicki analyzes the central role energy plays in the crisis in Ukraine, and the role it will continue to play for both Ukraine and Russia. more

Kennan Cable No.5: Euromaidan Revisited: Causes of Regime Change in Ukraine One Year On

Feb 26, 2015
Leonid Peisakhin reviews the causes and events of the Euromaidan with a year's perspective. more

The Algerian Revolution and the Communist Bloc

Feb 10, 2015
The onset of the Algerian War of Independence in November 1954 was an important development in the international history of the Cold War. Coming as it did on the heels of the end of the First Indochinese War, the Algerian conflict further emboldened national liberation forces throughout the colonial and semi-colonial world, a region of increasing importance to policymakers in Washington and Moscow. Pierre Asselin introduces documents from the Algerian National Archives on socialist bloc support for Algerian National Liberation Front. more

Kennan Cable No.4: What’s Next For Donbas?

Jan 30, 2015
Kateryna Smagliy, Director of Kennan Institute in Ukraine, examines the developing humanitarian crisis in the Donbas region. more

Regional and Global Energy Series

Jan 27, 2015
The Wilson Center's new Regional and Global Energy Series addresses the growing debate on international energy issues in their security, political, economic, and environmental dimensions. more

Building Trust: Tax Compliance Issues in Poland, Russia, and Ukraine

Jan 08, 2015
Interview with Marc Berenson, Title VIII-Supported Research Scholar, and Senior Lecturer in the Russia Institute, King’s College London, on August 27, 2014. Kennan Institute Project “Taxes and Trust: Transitioning from Coercion to Compliance in Poland, Russia, and Ukraine.” more

Photo by John Freedman

Theater and the Heart of a City: Moscow’s Teatr.doc’s Confrontation with Authority

Jan 05, 2015
On the evening of December 30, 2014 -- just as two dozen or so patrons were settling into their seats at a purposefully ramshackle basement theater in central Moscow to watch a film about the ongoing conflict in Ukraine -- police officials and a television crew entered the hall, declared a bomb threat, and asked everyone to evacuate. more

Kennan Cable No.2: The 2014 Ruble Devaluation: A Perfect Storm

Dec 03, 2014
Sergey Aleksashenko, Private Solutions LLC, delves into the underlying reasons for the dramatic devaluation of the Russian ruble in 2014. more

Photo by Glenn Fawcett

Rough and Tumble of Building Democracy in Georgia

Nov 26, 2014
Leadership squabbles and instincts for retribution are testing Georgia’s democracy. If leaders do not come together to strengthen the political system and governance, Georgia’s future could hang in the balance. more

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The Future of Higher Education

Mar 26, 2014Apr 02, 2014

Jeff Abernathy and Richard Morrill discuss how colleges and universities are dealing with rapidly rising costs and how the United States can still compete for students in a globalized environment.