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|THE RUSSIA PROJECT
Phase II: The New Post-Transitional Russian Identity: How Western is Russian Westernization?
Project participants--some 30 experts and political advisors in the field of Russian studies as well as in politics, economics and culture--offer their knowledge and opinions to assess the Russian transition. They include Deana Arsenian (Carnegie Corporation of New York); Rose Brady (Business Week); Robert Cottrell (The Economist); Michael Cohen (New School University); Mark von Hagen (Harriman Institute at Columbia University); Fiona Hill (Brookings Institution); Stephen Holmes (N. Y. U. School of Law); Stephen Kotkin (Princeton University); Leon Sigal (Social Science Research Council); Frederick Starr (SAIS, Johns Hopkins University); Celeste Wallander (Center for Strategic and International Studies); and others.
Link to Final Project from Phase II:
Links to Phase II sessions:
Reagan and Gorbachev: Presidential Politics, the Cold War and Lessons for Today
NATO and the European Union: Where are the Limits to Europe? (February 2004)
Phase I: Lessons of Transition: The Cultural Contradictions and the Future of Russian Liberalization
Link to Final Project from Phase I:
"Lessons of Transition: The Cultural Contradictions and the Future of Russian Liberalization", WPI Project Report prepared by Nina L. Kruschcheva and Audrey R. Benvenuti (July 2002).