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LECTURES spring 2018

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18 Jan 2018

FROM BROTHERS TO ENEMIES
The Future of the Ukrainian-Russian Relationship

DR. OSTAP KUSHNIR
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Government Studies
Lazarski University, Warsaw

01 Mar 2018

WESTERN HISTORIANS OF RUSSIA AND THE CRIMEA: WHY DO THEY CONTINUE TO USE IMPERIALIST AND RACIST FRAMEWORKS?
TARAS KUZIO
Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations
Johns Hopkins University
Washington, D.C.

10 Apr 2018

BECOMING MARX
HOW THE YOUNG KARL MARX BECAME A MARXIST

MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

31 May 2018

CONFRONTING THE WICKED PROBLEM OF FAKE NEWS:
A ROLE FOR EDUCATION?

DONALD A. BARCLAY
University of California

18 Jun 2018

THE RISE OF KREMLIN-FRIENDLY POPULISM IN THE NETHERLANDS
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

 
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