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Episode 8

The Linkages Between Intergroup Tolerance and Socialization in Religious Rituals 

Sufian Zhemukhov (George Washington University) discusses his new book co-authored with Mikhail Alexseev (San Diego State University)Mass Religious Ritual and Intergroup Tolerance: The Muslim Pilgrims' Paradox. 

 

Episode 7

Russia's Contemporary Global Media Strategies 

Robert W. Orttung (George Washington University) discusses his research on the impact of Russia's international broadcasting strategy.

 

Episode 6

Any Hopes or Changes From Russia's Next Presidential Election?  

Yuval Weber (Woodrow Wilson Center) discusses his manuscript "Designed to Fail: Patterns in Russian Economic Reform, 1861-2018" and future leadership dynamics in Russia.

 

Episode 5

The Ukraine Crisis and the Ruinous Contest for Post-Soviet Eurasia 

Samuel Charap (Rand Corporation) discusses his new co-authored book, Everyone Loses: The Ukraine Crisis and the Ruinous Contest for Post-Soviet Eurasia.

 

Episode 4

How to Revise Foreign Assistance in Central Asia? 

Sebestien Peyrouse (George Washington University) discusses domestic issues in Central Asia and how to revise foreign assistance to the region to increase its impact and counter potential destabilization.

 

Episode 3

Tug of War: Negotiating Security in Eurasia 

Mikhail Troitskiy (MGIMO) discusses his new co-edited volume, Tug of War: Negotiating Security in Eurasia, which offers a critical look at the major international dynamics that are at play in Eurasia affecting peace and prosperity.

 

Episode 2

Regime Stability and Elite Corruption in Putin's Russia 

David Szakonyi (George Washington University) discusses the resilience of Russia's authoritarian model under economic and political pressures.

 

Episode 1

Property Rights in Post-Soviet Russia: Violence, Corruption, and the Demand for Law 

Jordan Gans-Morse (Northwestern University) discusses his recent book, Property Rights in Post-Soviet Russia: Violence, Corruption, and the Demand for Law.

 

 


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