1370Lect./Disc: Nadiya Kravets "The Making of Russian Power", Kyiv 22.10.2013
- Oct 16, 2013Invitation to the first meeting of the
"Kyiv Political Science Club" (KPSC)
An new informal/irregular seminar for the oral presentation and scholarly discussion of novel empirical or legal research in the fields of comparative politics, international relations, public policy, contemporary history, constitutional law, and political sociology
Lecture/paper - 45 minutes, Questions & Answers - 45 minutes
Languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian
Organizer: Andreas Umland
Department of Political Science
National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy"
vul. Voloska 8/5, building 4, 3rd floor
Irregular meetings on Tuesdays, 17:00-19:00
Inaugural lecture of the KPSC on 22 October 2013:
"The Making of Russian Power: A View from the Periphery"
Nadiya Kravets, DPhil (Oxford)
GIS Map of Ukraine Fellow, HURI, and Postdoctoral Fellow,
Davis Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Over the last decade the talks of "Russia's resurgence" and "assertiveness" of Moscow's foreign policy have been at the core of academic and policy discussions. Yet, what we don't know is how the new-found power of the Russian Federation operates? What weaknesses does Moscow exploit in others that helps it achieve its objectives? And what strengths aid countries in withstanding Moscow's might?
The lecture will be in English language. The discussion will be in English and Ukrainian.
Please, pre-register here: https://www.facebook.com/events/328887483922441/
NaUKMA, vul. Voloska 8/5
4th building, 3rd floor, auditorium 4-318