networking & Support
The Russia Program's Ecosystem for scholars
The Russia Program provides scholars with an extensive array of opportunities for engagement, including the utilization of our knowledge commons for the production of new research, the commissioning of surveys or archival projects, publication opportunities across our various platforms, and the organization of both in-person and online events. Additionally, it facilitates networking with the policy community based in Washington, D.C.
Opportunities for Scholars
The Russia Program's Global Academy
An innovative one-stop shop that offers short-term fellowships, along with conference and publishing support for Russian scholars in exile.
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Partner Projects
CISRus is a non-profit association of scholars and experts working on issues related to the post-communist transformation
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Russian Analytical Digest (RAD)
We analyze recent events, trends and developments within contemporary Russian politics, economics and business, foreign policy, security and society.
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An open-access international journal since 2023 published by the IERES in cooperation with the Centre for Independent Social Research.
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