Yoshiko Herrera, professor, Department of Political Science; director, UW–Madison partnership with Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan
About the talk
This talk focuses on five main challenges and opportunities for U.S.-Russia relations: distrust between the two countries, conflicting narratives of the past, conflicting strategies and motives, leadership and domestic political challenges, and opportunities related to shared interests.
About the speaker
Herrera’s work focuses on politics in Russia and the former Soviet states, U.S.-Russia relations, social identities and norms, nationalism and ethnic politics, and constructivist political economy and international relations.
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