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CREEES-Affiliated Faculty Participate in Hoover Institution’s “Russia in an Emerging New World” Workshop

Michael McFaul and David Holloway

Oct 17 2018

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CREEES-affiliated faculty members, David Holloway and Michael McFaul, participated in the Hoover Institution’s recent day-long workshop on the topic of Russia in an Emerging New World, part of a broader series on Governance in an Emerging New World. Professor Holloway, an expert on the international history of nuclear weapons and  science and technology in the Soviet Union, spoke on “Russia and the Solecism of Power” and Professor McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia, whose research focuses on American foreign policy, great power relations, and the relationship between democracy and development, addressed “The Missed Opportunity of Technological Breakthrough in Putin’s Russia.” Along with other leading experts of the region, Holloway and McFaul also participated in a public panel.  Their essays and those of the other participants, along with observations from the roundtable can be read here.