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Event | Dec 08, 2023
The Program on Georgian Studies at Harvard University's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies will host Fiona Hill, a prominent scholar, author, and policymaker who has three decades of experience working with Georgia and the Georgian neighborhood. Dr. Hill will share her perspective on the current geopolitical environment in the Black Sea-Caspian region and on Georgia's prospects for greater European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

Analysis | Dec 01, 2023
In a compilation of remarks, newly updated following the eminent U.S. statesman's passing, Kissinger offers ways to reconcile America’s necessities with Russia’s concerns.
Event | Dec 06, 2023
A panel discussion on the impacts the Ukraine war has had on Central Asia, hosted by Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Analysis | Nov 30, 2023
Following the failure of the Ukrainian offensive, all major players in the war in Ukraine seem to be awaiting the outcome of the 2024 U.S. presidential election to address the problem of negotiations.
Post | Nov 28, 2023
November 28 update: No significant territorial change. Putin again said Russia never refused peace talks and blamed Ukraine for withdrawing. Net territorial change in the past month: Russia +7 square miles.
Analysis | Nov 22, 2023
Despite a century of women’s involvement in the region’s wars, Russian and Ukrainian women's involvement as combatants today echoes a global pattern where women are relegated to roles that distance them from frontline combat.