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Post | Feb 03, 2023
Despite Russia’s sizeable budget deficit and other impacts of Western sanctions, Moscow will likely have enough money to keep its war against Ukraine going for a few years at least, according to several recent economic analyses. This does not mean the sanctions are useless, only that it would be “naïve to think that sanctions alone could end the war,” in the words of Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff.
Event | Feb 07, 2023
Join the Brookings Institution for a set of discussions on the state of the conflict, how that might and should change in the coming year and the wider ramifications for international order and security.
Event | Mar 08, 2023
Join Harvard's Davis Center for a presentation by Professor Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern on the Ukrainian story in a global perspective, familiar yet unknown.
Event | Feb 16, 2023
Join Harvard's Davis Center for a book talk with Claire P. Kaiser, who argues that the postwar and post-Stalin era was decisive in the creation of a "Georgian" Georgia.
Event | Feb 09, 2023
Join UPitt's Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies for a talk that will shed light on the humanitarian impact of war, the disruption of global trade and the larger security implication for the Black Sea region and Europe.
Event | Feb 02, 2023
Join the Carnegie Endowment for an in-depth review of Germany’s foreign and defense policy changes and its impact on allies in the region and around the world.
Event | Feb 10, 2023
The Center for East Asia Policy Studies and the Strobe Talbott Center for Security, Strategy and Technology at the Brookings Institution will host a webinar drawing on the findings from a project on great power competition between the U.S., China and Russia.
Event | Mar 03, 2023
The PONARS Eurasia Spring Policy Conference will offer an opportunity to hear from experts on important geopolitical trends in the region, including responses to Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.