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Title: CERES Experts On the Ukraine-Russia War & Kritika Publications on Ukrainian History

CERES Statement on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: CERES Stands in Solidarity with Ukraine.

Kritika, which is based at Georgetown and housed in CERES, has published many articles and reviews on Ukrainian history since its first issue appeared in 2000. Here is a list of publications on Ukrainian history from Kritika.

This is an ongoing list of CERES experts’ opinions on the Ukraine-Russia War.

 

January 6- Professor Angela Stent, Literary Hub: “Why 2023 Probably Won’t Bring an End to the War in Ukraine”

December 23- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN: “Shocked’: Russia expert explains why Putin’s change of word is significant”

December 1- Professor Maria Snegovaya, Center for New American Security: “Supporting Russian Civil Society. A Report of the Transatlantic Forum on Russia”

November 9- Professor Angela Stent, Bloomberg Balance of Power Podcast: “What’s Behind Russia’s Kherson Retreat?”

November 9- Professor Jill Dougherty, KennanX Podcast: “Fighting Strategic Corruption with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse”

November 3- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN: “‘Blunder’: Expert analyzes Putin’s move”

November 2– Professor Angela Stent, Uncommon Decency: “The Second Collapse of the Russian Empire

October 11Professor Anders Åslund, Project Syndicate: “Fighting Ukraine’s Financial Fire.”

October 1– Professor Angela Stent, Foreign Policy, “Putin’s World is Now Smaller Than Ever”

September 12– Professor Thane Gustafson, Washington Post, “Putin Has Squandered the Soviet Energy Legacy, Part 1”

August 29– Professor Angela Stent, Foreign Affairs, “What Putin Wants”

August 4– Professor Anders Åslund, Project Syndicate, “How to Win Friends and Drain Russia’s War Machine”

July– Professor Jill Dougherty, The Wilson Quarterly, “Fleeing Putin: Russia’s Expat Journalists”

June 3– Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN, “How I (almost) got Putin wrong” 

May 15– Professor Angela Stent, Defense Matters, “Biden signs bill to allow arms lending to Ukraine”

May 2- Professor Angela Stent, Foreign Policy: The West vs. the Rest.

May 2- Professor William Pomeranz, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty: Clash Of Titans: As EU Moves To End Reliance On Russian Gas, Will Putin Seek To Strike First?

April 27- Professor William Pomeranz, The Wilson Center: Statement from The Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute on the release of Trevor Reed.

April 27- Professor Angela Stent, Deep State Radio: Should We Be Headed For The Bunker?

April 26- Professor Jeff Mankoff, World Politics Review: Central Asia Is Keeping a Nervous Eye on Russia’s War in Ukraine.

April 26- Professor Anders Aslund, NBC: The Kremlin helped make Dmytro Firtash rich. Now he’s denouncing Putin.

April 21- Professor Thane Gustafson, Forbes: Russian Billionaire Alekperov Resigns As Lukoil CEO Amid Sanctions Over Ukraine.

April 22- Professor Jeff Mankoff, CSIS: Russia’s War in Ukraine: Identity, History, and Conflict.

April 20- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN Podcast Tug of War: Putin’s “Yes Men.”

April 18- Professor Anders Aslund, Kyiv Post: Latest Thoughts on Putin, his war against Ukraine, and the general context.

April 15- Professor Angela Stent, Bloomberg: Georgetown’s Angela Stent New U.S. Sanctions on Russia.

April 14- Professor William Pomeranz, VOA: US Set to Include Ukraine in G-20 Agenda.

April 12- Professor Jeff Mankoff, CSIS: The War in Ukraine: Geopolitical Implications for Eurasia.

April 12- Professor Judy Twigg, The Commonwealth Times: University Professor provides transportation to Ukrainian refugees over spring break.

April 11- Professor Anders Aslund, The Atlantic: What Ukraine Needs Now.

April 7- Professor Angela Stent, The Washington Post: Expulsion of Russian ‘diplomats’ may strangle Moscow’s spying.

April 7- Professor Angela Stent, Insider: NATO chief says Putin still wants to control all of Ukraine, despite repositioning forces to the eastern Donbas region.

April 6- Professor Thane Gustafson, Fortune: Go east? Why China’s not going to save Russia’s energy exports anytime soon.

April 5- Professor Jill Dougherty, Council on Foreign Affairs: An Inside Look at Russia.

April 4- Professor William Pomeranz, USA Today: Atrocities near Kyiv fuel global outrage. Will it be a tipping point in the war? (Free access through Yahoo news)

April 3- Professor Angela Stent, Insider: Zelenskyy accuses Putin of ‘genocide’ in Ukraine, says Russia wants the ‘elimination of the whole nation and the people.’

April 3- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN: Russians in the dark about true state of war amid country’s Orwellian media coverage.

April 1- Professor Angela Stent, Bloomberg : Putin Won’t Give Up Dream of Taking Ukraine.

April 1- Professor Angela Stent, Insider: Putin will never ‘give up on Ukraine’ as long as he’s in the Kremlin, top Russia expert warns.

April 1- Professor Judy Twigg, The Moscow Times: Big Pharma Grapples With Russia Boycott Push.

March 29- Professor Angela Stent, The New Yorker: What a Negotiated Solution in Ukraine Might Look Like. 

March 29- Professor Angela Stent, The Brookings Institute: Russia’s ambitions, Ukraine’s resistance, and the West’s response.

March 29- Professor Judy Twigg, The Washington Post: Ukraine invasion could spell end to Russian hopes for Sputnik vaccine.

March 28- Professor William Pomeranz, USA Today: Was it a gaffe? Biden prompts concern with Putin comment.

March 28- Professor Anders Aslund, USNews: Kremlin Offers Muted Response to Biden’s Incendiary Remarks on Putin.

March 27- Professor Anders Aslund, The Washington Post: Where was Sergei Shoigu? Russia’s missing defense minister resurfaces.

March 25- Professor Anders Aslund, The Moscow Times: Elvira Nabiullina’s Failures Are Russia’s Economic Disasters.

March 25- Professor Anders Aslund, The Strategic: Russia must foot the bill for rebuilding Ukraine.

March 24- Professor Judy Twigg, The Washington Post: Ukrainian hospitals continue to be in the firing line during Russia’s invasion.

March 22- Professor Michael David-Fox, USNews:  The Escalating Costs of Criticizing Putin’s Invasion.

March 22- Professor Angela Stent, Bloomberg: Surveillance: Bullard Says Faster Is Better.

March 22- Professor Jill Dougherty, The Atlantic: How Western News Is Getting Around Putin’s Digital Iron Curtain.

March 22- Professor Judy Twigg, Direct Relief: Attacks on Ukraine’s Hospitals Will Cause Long-Term Harm to Health.

March 18- Professor Judy Twigg, Financial Times: Western drugmakers walk ethical tightrope over Russian ties.

March 17- Professor Jill Dougherty, Deep State Radio: A Look Behind the New Iron Curtain: How Russians See the War in Ukraine.

March 17- Professor Jill Dougherty, Washington Examiner: Putin’s potent propaganda machine.

March 17- Professor Thane Gustafson, n+1: Oil and Gas After Sanctions.

March 17- Professor Angela Stent, Barron’s: Putin’s Designs on Europe Don’t End With Ukraine.

March 16- Professor Angela Stent, MSNBC: Russia expert: Putin ‘obviously feels very cornered.’

March 15- Professor Angela Stent, Brookings Twitter Live: Russia vs. Ukraine: Experts discuss the war and what lies ahead.

March 15- Professor Anders Aslund , VOA: Russia’s Disinformation Playbook Ripped Apart.

March 15- Professor Michael David-Fox, Newsweek: Russia Broadcasting Propaganda on Ukrainian Radio and TV Stations.

March 13- Professor Anders Aslund, The Washington Post: Russian oil giant Lukoil had big dreams for its U.S. gas stations. The invasion of Ukraine could spell the end.

March 13- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN State of Union: Behind the curtain: how Russians are reacting to Ukraine invasion.

March 13- Professor Judy Twigg, Financial Times: Aid efforts struggle to contain Ukraine’s multiple health crises.

March 12- Professor Angela Stent, The Guardian: McDonald’s in Russia: departure is about a lot more than burgers.

March 10- Professor Angela Stent, New York Times: The Growing Fear of a Wider War Between Russia and the West.

March 9- Professor Angela Stent, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs: Putin’s Long Game in Ukraine.

March 9- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN: ‘It’s a tragedy we are witnessing’ How Putin killed off Russia’s free press.

March 9- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN: How Putin Killed Off Russia’s Free Press.

March 9- Professor Judy Twigg, VCU News: The Human Costs of Russia’s Aggression are Staggering.

March 9- Professor Judy Twigg, Time: Polio Makes a Comeback in Ukraine as War Halts Vaccination Campaign.

March 9- Professor Anders Aslund, Forbes: Russian Spokesperson—Contradicting Putin—Admits Conscripts On Frontlines In Latest Communication Blunder.

March 8- Professor Thane Gustafson, Politico: How Putin made the Green Deal great again.

March 8- Professor Angela Stent, Columbia SIPA’s Podcast- Energy Exchange: Oil, Gas, and the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

March 8- Professor William Pomeranz, USA Today: Russia increases censorship with new law: 15 years in jail for calling Ukraine invasion a ‘war.’

March 8- Professor Angela Stent, NPR: Diplomats are Trying to Find an Off-ramp to Putin’s War in Ukraine.

March 7- Professor Angela Stent, The Octavian Report: A Dangerous Mind: Angela Stent on Understanding Putin.

March 7- Professor Jeffrey Mankoff, Toronto Star: Can the West apply enough pressure to end the war in Ukraine without further provoking Vladimir Putin?

March 6- Professor Anders Aslund, Atlantic Council: Why Vladimir Putin is losing the information war to Ukraine.

March 4- Professor William Pomeranz, USNews: Putin’s War at Home. 

March 4- Professor Thane Gustafson, Scientific American: Will the Russian Invasion Accelerate Peak Oil?

March 4- Professor Thane Gustafson, Bloomberg Quint: Reducing Dependence on Russian Energy Is More Realistic Than You Think.

March 3- Professor Angela Stent, Foreign Policy Playlist: FP Live on What’s Next for Ukraine.

March 3- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN: Russians Struggle to Understand Ukraine War: “We Didn’t Choose This.”

March 3- Professor Anders Aslund, CNBC: The West is trying to destroy Russia’s economy. And analysts think it could succeed.

March 2- Professor Jill Dougherty, CNN: Opposition to Putin’s war is alive on Moscow’s streets. But no trace of it is covered on Russian TV.

March 2- Professor Angela Stent, KCRW: Will sanctions against Russia make Putin more volatile?

March 2- Professor Angela Stent, Wall Street Journal: How Might the War in Ukraine End? Five Factors Will Shape the Outcome.

March 2- Professor Angela Stent, The Brookings Institute: Does Russia’s invasion of Ukraine mark the end of the post-Cold War era?

March 1- Professor Angela Stent, NPR World: Foreign policy expert argues Russia won’t stop until it has conquered Ukraine.

–Quoted in a longer NPR Consider This episode about Zelensky (March 3, 2022): The Man Leading Ukraine.

February 28- Professor Gavin Helf, United States Institute of Peace Analysis and Commentary: With Friends Like These: How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Hurts Central Asia.

February 28- Professor Angela Stent, The Wall Street Journal: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Changed the World in Days.

February 28- Professor Angela Stent, The New York Times: Invasion Brings Russia Global Repudiation with Cold War Echoes.

February 28- Professor Thane Gustafson, The New York Times:  “Shell Quits Russia, Joining BP as Oil Giants Object to Attack on Ukraine.”

February 25- Professor Angela Stent, FP Live: What is Next for Ukraine? 

February 25- Professor Anders Aslund, Time: U.S. and E.U. Are Going After Putin’s Wealth. First They Need To Find It.

–Refers to an earlier article that quotes Professor Aslund (January 27, 2022), Forbes: As Biden Mulls Sanctions, Three Theories On How Putin Makes His Millions.

February 27- Professor Angela Stent, CBS: Inside the mind of Vladimir Putin.

February 25- Professor Anders Aslund, Fortune: How rich is Putin? Mystery of Russian president’s net worth complicates Biden’s decision to sanction him.

February 24- Professor Angela Stent, PBS News Hour: As Russia charges across Ukraine, can the West stop a more expansive conflict?

February 24- Professor Angela Stent, NPR Europe: The current Russia-Ukraine crisis has been 30 years in the making.

February 24- Professor Angela Stent, South China Morning Post: Vladimir Putin is successfully ‘playing the China card’ against the US, analysts say.

February 24- Professor William Pomeranz, US News: EXPLAINER: Why Did Russia Invade Ukraine?

February 24- Professor Judy Twigg, VCUnews: ‘Putin is not interested in peace.’ VCU expert explains crisis in Ukraine.

February 24- Professor William Pomeranz, C-SPAN Washington Journal: Russian’s Invasion of Ukraine.

February 24- Professor William Pomeranz, Wilson Center Hindsight Up Front | Ukraine: Wilson Smart Take: The Historical and Global Significance of Russia’s Invasion into Ukraine.

February 24- Professor Maria Snegovaya, The Economic Times: The impact of Western sanctions on Russia and how they can be made even more effective.

–Relevant read: Professor Maria Snegovaya, Professor Anders Aslund, Atlantic Council (May 3, 2021): The impact of Western sanctions on Russia and how they can be made even more effective.

February 23- Professor Angela Stent, Council on Foreign Relations Meeting: Crisis in Ukraine.

February 22- Professor Angela Stent, Brookings Podcast: How far will Putin go against Ukraine?

February 21- Professor Angela Stent, PBS News Hour: Putin ‘raised the stakes’ on war in Ukraine. Will sanctions deter him?

February 20- Professor William Pomeranz, Wilson Center Hindsight Up Front | Ukraine: Putin’s Pretext?

February 18- Professor Michael David-Fox, Newsweek: Why Putin Doesn’t Seem to Be Deterred by Sanctions Threats.

February 16- Professor Roger Kangas, Caspian Policy Center: Discussion on the Ukraine Crisis and Its Implications Across Eurasia.

February 15- Professor Angela Stent, PBS News Hours: Biden draws a line on Ukraine, but how will Russia view his message?

February 10- Jeffrey Mankoff, The Washington Post: Putin likes to talk about Russians and Ukrainians as ‘one people.’ Here’s the deeper history.

February 2- Professor Angela Stent, El País: Will Biden’s ‘megaphone strategy’ work against Russia in Ukraine crisis?