PONARS Eurasia is an international network of scholars advancing new approaches to research on security, politics, economics, and society in Russia and Eurasia. The program is located at IERES at George Washington University.
The Linkages Between Intergroup Tolerance and Socialization in Religious Rituals
Sufian Zhemukhov (George Washington University) discusses his new book co-authored with Mikhail Alexseev (San Diego State University), Mass Religious Ritual and Intergroup Tolerance: The Muslim Pilgrims' Paradox.
Music and Politics in Contemporary Russia [Lipman Series 2021]
In this week's PONARS Eurasia Podcast, Maria Lipman chats with Alexander Gorbachev about the dynamic music scene in contemporary Russia, and how free Russian musicians are to make political statements.
How is the Russian Government Coping with Rising Food Prices? [Lipman Series 2021]
In this week's PONARS Eurasia Podcast, Maria Lipman chats with Anton Tabakh about rising food prices in Russia, and what they might mean for Russia's current and future stability.
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation: More Than Just Systemic Opposition? [Lipman Series 2021]
In this week's episode of the PONARS Eurasia Podcast, Maria Lipman chats with Felix Light and Nikolay Petrov about the contemporary Communist Party of the Russian Federation, including the divisions between its leadership and membership, its attitude toward Alexei Navalny, and why it might be more than just "systemic" opposition after all.
Internet Resources: Civic Communication and State Surveillance [Lipman Series 2021]
In this week's PONARS Eurasia Podcast, Maria Lipman chats with Andrei Soldatov and Tanya Lokot about the role of the internet in contemporary Russian politics, including both as a tool of the Russian opposition and as an instrument of the increasingly repressive Russian regime.
The Rise of Alexei Navalny's Political Stature and Mass Protest in Russia [Lipman Series 2021]
In the first PONARS Eurasia Podcast of 2021, Maria Lipman chats with Greg Yudin about the current protests taking place in Russia, and what Alexei Navalny's growing popular support means for the Putin regime.
So interesting !
Loved listening to this podcast, especially the episodes about Ukraine!