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Expertise: Russia; U.S.-Russian relations; European policy
Nina Khrushcheva is associate professor at the Graduate Program in International Affairs at The New School University. She was Former Director of Communications & Special Projects, EastWest Institute (1999-2000); Deputy Editor of the European Constitutional Review at New York University's School of Law (1998-99); Researcher, Princeton Institute for Advanced Study (1996-98); Russian language instructor and interpreter, Royal Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague (1990-91); Soviet Union Diplomatic Corps Service Bureau (1987-91).
Dr. Khrushcheva is the author of two books and numerous articles. She frequently makes media appearances, including on the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, PBS's World Focus and CNN's World View. She has presented at over a hundred conferences and lectures.
Honors & Affiliations:
American Fellowship, The American Association of University Women; Merit Fellowship, Princeton University; Distinguished Teaching Award from the Diplomatic Corps Service Bureau
Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, Princeton University
Masters in Philology, Moscow State University
Russian (native); Italian (proficient); French, German (reading)
“Limits of Solzhenitsyn” New York Sun, August 8, 2008; Daily Star (Lebanon), August 8, 2008.