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LECTURES spring 2014

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28 Jan 2014

EUROMAIDAN: RUSSIA AND THE EUROPEAN CHOICE OF THE UKRAINIANS
JAN PIEKLO
Director
Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation Foundation
Warsaw and Kyiv

04 Mar 2014

PUTINs WARS
THE RISE OF RUSSIAs NEW IMPERIALISM

MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

PREDICTED IN HIS LATEST BOOK THE RUSSIAN ATTACK ON UKRAINE

27 Mar 2014

UKRAINE:
AN URGENT CALL FOR U.S. LEADERSHIP

MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

07 Apr 2014

KALININGRAD: WHAT IS ITS FUNCTION IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA?
GREG SIMONS
Uppsala Centre for Russian
and Eurasian Studies

21 May 2014

THE TEA PARTY: ROMANTIC REVOLUTIONARIES OR GRASSROOTS POPULISTS?
NELLA VAN DYKE
Associate Professor and Chair of Sociology
University of California
Merced, CA

27 May 2014

HOW THE WEST FAILED IN UKRAINE:
LESSONS TO BE LEARNED

MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

24 Jun 2014

RUSSIA-BALTIC RELATIONS AFTER CRIMEAs ANNEXATION: REASONS FOR CONCERN?
AGNIA GRIGAS PhD
Fellow at the McKinnon Center for Global Affairs at Occidental College
Los Angeles, CA
Former Advisor of the Lithuanian Government

 
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