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PONARS Eurasia 11-18-2014
The 2014 Global Terrorism Index tracks the rise and fall of the world’s largest terrorist organisations since 1998. Whilst the vast majority of terrorist groups are only responsible for a handful of deaths, a...
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Samuel Greene 11-17-2014
Moscow in Movement is the first exhaustive study of social movements, protest, and the state-society relationship in Vladimir Putin's Russia. Beginning in 2005 and running through the summer of 2013, the book traces...
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PONARS Eurasia 11-14-2014
Foreign Affairs recently published a number of articles examining the extent to which the ongoing crisis in Ukraine is the West's fault. Those articles sparked a heated debate, so the...
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PONARS Eurasia 11-14-2014
(Oxford University Press) This book investigates how gender stereotypes and sexualization have been used as tools of political legitimation in contemporary Russia. Despite their enmity, regime allies and detractors...
Vladimir Gelman 11-13-2014
In the 2000s, most experts considered the role of political opposition in Russia as peripheral at best. But with the protest wave of 2011-12, opposition actors and movements reentered the political arena. What factors...
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Sergey Minasyan 11-10-2014
The one-hundredth anniversary of the Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire will be commemorated in April 2015. Armenians and Turks plan to call special attention to this tragic centenary. The occasion provides a major...
PONARS Eurasia 11-07-2014
Leading scholars on contemporary Ukrainian issues, including PONARS Eurasia members Samuel Charap, Keith Darden, Dmitry Gorenburg, Serhiy Kudelia, Maria Popova, Oxana Shevel, and Lucan Way, gathered October 30-November...
Şener Aktürk 11-06-2014
Immigration is often discussed in the framework of political economy and security studies. When discussed in the context of national identity, immigration is invariably depicted as a “challenge” or an...

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