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Research

Elliott School Research

Through award-winning research, the Elliott School of International Affairs strives to create knowledge, share wisdom, and inspire action. Together, our centers, institutes, and research initiatives and cross-disciplinary faculty combine in-depth analysis with practical applications to better address the future's most pressing global challenges.

 

Research Spotlights

Developments in Russian Politics 9: Henry Hale Publishes Edited Volume

Developments in Russian Politics 9

 

Russian actions, Russian intentions, Russian policies: the Kremlin dominates global news cycles in a manner not seen since the Cold War. In this context, Elliott School Professor Henry Hale and his co-editors Richard Sakwa and Stephen White bring us an essential publication: Developments in Russian Politics 9. Featuring chapters from international Russia experts, this edited volume tackles a wide range of critical issues that are essential to understanding contemporary Russian domestic and foreign politics. Authoring a chapter of his own, Professor Hale trains his analysis on the evolution of Russia's political system. Elliott School Research Professor Marlene Laurelle also contributes to the publication, authoring a nuanced examination of national identity. Developments additionally investigates Russia's economic and social policy, the state of Russian federalism, protest and the rule of law, the military, and much more. Offering a comprehensive account of Russia's most recent developments, all chapters are new or extensively rewritten. The book is an indispensable volume for anyone looking to better understand the evolving nature of Russian politics in an ever-shifting international order. 

 

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Recent Elliott School Book Launch Series Events

 

 

Post-Migratory Cultures in Postcolonial France

 

 

April 15, 2019

In partnership with the Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (IERES), this Elliott School Book Launch Series event explored French post-migratory postcolonial minorities’ influence on French national identity and contemporary cultural production. From hip-hop and institutional memory to laïcité and literature, editors Kathryn Kleppinger and Laura Reeck presented an enlightening  portrait of the past and present state of post-migratory postcolonial culture and society in France. To learn more, check out the editors' conversation with Liverpool University Press or, better yet, Post-Migratory Cultures in Postcolonial France in its entirety.

 

Award-Winning Faculty Publications

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Nau

 

 

 

 

 

 

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