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The Kathryn W. and Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University seeks to foster comprehensive understanding and multidisciplinary study of Russia and the countries of Eurasia. Founded in 1948 as the Russian Research Center, the Davis Center sponsors a master's program, seminars and conferences, targeted research, fellowships, undergraduate and graduate student support, and an outreach program. The center's more than 300 affiliates come from Harvard Univer ...
 
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Middle East Weekly

Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy

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Middle East Weekly brings you the most important stories from the Middle East, taking you behind the headlines with analysis from across the region. If you're interested in the Middle East, aren't sure why it's so important, or are just looking for a new way to fill your morning commute, give us a listen! Every week we'll be looking at three new Middle Eastern issues in the news, with expert analysis from our team of editors who'll be lifting the lid on a region that all too often seems impo ...
 
Welcome to the Art of Living Free Podcast with Anthony Silard, Ph.D. We'll be exploring leadership in all of its forms, and how to understand emotions and the psychological effects of current global issues facing us today. This is leadership for everyone; valuable tools you can take with you to use at home and in the workplace. Your host, Anthony Silard, Ph.D. is a world-renowned leadership educator. He has coached G-20 cabinet ministers and the CEOs and senior leaders of Fortune 500 compani ...
 
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The signatories of the Belavezha agreement believe it should serve as a consensus model for the world—an example of diplomacy, civil discourse, and nonviolent means of conflict resolution. The events at Belavezha are among the most momentous in modern history. But, unlike the fall of the Berlin Wall, most people have never heard of them. In the con…
 
Boris Yeltsin’s trip to a supermarket in Clear Lake, Texas, planted a seed of the USSR’s destruction. The United States won the Cold War with free-market capitalism—and Jell-O pudding pops. Still, astoundingly, the collapse of the USSR was not what the U.S. government wanted. In this episode, Dr. Yelena Biberman and Zachary Troyanovsky evaluate the…
 
Dr. Yelena Biberman and Zachary Troyanovsky explore the role of spontaneity at Belavezha, narrowing in on the exact moment of dissolution: a dinner party. The seating arrangement, a late arrival, and the sequence of phone calls all influenced the outcome. Did vodka? For a transcript of this episode and more, visit https://daviscenter.fas.harvard.ed…
 
How much agency did the signatories of the Belavezha Accords have? Factors outside of their control shaped their behavior in ways that even they could not have predicted. In this episode, Dr. Yelena Biberman and Zachary Troyanovsky seek wisdom from Fyodor Dostoevsky and Leo Tolstoy to understand the dissolution of the USSR, as well as their own unu…
 
The Soviet Union drew its last breath on Sunday, December 8, 1991, in a hunting lodge inside the primeval Belavezha forest. The life of a global superpower—offering the last ideological alternative to liberalism—ended over a boisterous weekend. Many believe that it was doomed because of flawed ideals, but few know the story of the Belavezha Accords…
 
Episode 1: The Importance of Stories with Rin Heise“Honestly, I think education’s in my blood.”HAEd’s podcast has officially opened a new chapter, and this is our debut episode! We speak to Rin Heise (Ed.M. ’20) on what it’s like working with college students during the pandemic, how a passion for learning runs in her family, and why she challenges…
 
There is an old African proverb: “When elephants fight, the grass is trampled.” We, the moderate, civic, and open-minded people from around the world, willing to entertain a wide variety of views in our intellectually diverse society, are the grass. Today Dr. Silard explores the unexpected commonality between these two presidents, and the rise of p…
 
Never before has it been more important to truly think for ourselves. As we start to see more shifts in the pandemic, we also need to see shifts in our approach to how we process information. Join Dr. Silard to explore more on how we can draw personal meaning from this past year of events. Don't forget to subscribe to the show!…
 
News regulation. Do you edit your intake of news and media? Do you realize how much the media you consume, actually consumes you? Join Dr. Silard for more about how we can help lessen the multitude of information constantly thrown our way - and the anxiety it brings - to help save our sanity. Don't forget to subscribe!…
 
Today, in Five Ways Excessive Technology Use is Harming Your Relationships Part Three, Dr. Silard continues exploring strategies to help get technology out of the way so we can connect authentically with others. At this point in our collective history, there seems to be consensus that the overuse of our phones and devices is causing our close relat…
 
Today Dr. Silard continues to explore 5 Ways Excessive Technology Use is Harming Your Relationships - and What You Can Do About It. (Part 2 of 2) At this point in our collective history, there seems to be consensus that the overuse of our phones and devices is causing our close relationships to atrophy. Yet most of us still do not understand how th…
 
The more time we spend online, the less we enjoy real life interactions. Today Dr. Silard discusses how too much time on our devices greatly harms the quality of our relationships. Listen to interesting perspective about the displacement effect, and learn to engage more with others for more fulfilling, authentic connections. Don't forget to subscri…
 
It's been a rough time this past year and many of us have been feeling the impact of social isolation, even as things slowly start opening up. Today Dr. Silard takes us through understanding the critical difference between loneliness and depression - knowledge that can make a huge difference in moving forward with our connections.…
 
The coronavirus is the second threat to our way of life to result in unprecedented social distancing in the past thirteen years. The first, which appeared in 2007, is the smartphone. Join Dr. Silard in delving into the second part of this episode today. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast, we appreciate you!…
 
This panel discusses the development of British diplomatic efforts in Pakistan from 1947 through the “War on Terror,” as chronicled in the new book by Ian Talbot, Director of the Centre for Imperial and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Southampton and Research Affiliate at the Mittal Institute.…
 
For the first time in US history, the loneliest in our society are not the elderly, but teens and millennials. Join Dr. Anthony Silard in examining this mental health pandemic, the urgency to understand and protect our young people from further corrosion, and what brought it about to begin with.Autor: Dr. Anthony Silard
 
In the fifth episode of The COVID Chronicles podcast, Dr. Satchit Balsari speaks with Anup Malani, as they explore India's initial response to the pandemic, the involvement of private sector in scaling up the testing strategies, and innovations in collecting COVID-19 data in India.Autor: The Mittal Institute, Harvard University
 
Today Anthony Silard shares what lessons a British navy captain from 100 years ago leaves for us during what, for most of us, is the largest public health crisis of our lifetimes. Improve your ability to connect with others and weather this challenging time in our lives efficiently and together. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast!…
 
Today Dr. Silard talks about understanding the impact of your emotional responses to the pandemic on your life. In what ways have you changed in the last year? We hope you will be inspired with a little more awareness and perspective on the emotional and psychological arc we've experienced this past year, and that you will share these poignant thou…
 
India’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic has been characterized by a pro-active public sector leadership and centralization of decision-making. The private sector and academics stepped up to the play in the early days in myriad ways, from wanting to boost testing capacity to providing models to forecast the spread of the disease. Few of these meas…
 
A panel from the second day of our Bangladesh at 50 conference.Hameeda Hossain, Ain o Salish Kendra, Forum MagazineShireen Huq, NaripokkhoNaila Kabeer, London School of EconomicsKhushi Kabir, Nijera Kori Moderator: Marty Chen, Harvard Kennedy School; WIEGOAutor: The Mittal Institute, Harvard University
 
The Lancet Citizens’ Commission on Reimagining India’s Health System is an ambitious, cross-sectoral initiative to lay out the path to universal health coverage in India. Its guiding principle is that structural change toward universal health coverage can only be achieved through consultative and participatory engagement with the diverse sectors in…
 
Have you noticed the you now vs. the you from this time last year? How have you changed? As we approach the one-year anniversary of the pandemic, an important question is “How will we emerge from it?” Dr. Anthony Silard discusses five changes in our lives that have become ubiquitous over the past year. Please subscribe to the podcast for more like …
 
A panel from the first day of our Bangladesh at 50 conference.Hossain Zillur Rahman, Power and Participation Research Centre (PPRC)Faisal Ahmed, IMFAhmed Mushfiq Mobarak, Yale UniversitySajeda Amin, Population CouncilModerator: Lincoln Chen, formerly China Medical BoardAutor: The Mittal Institute, Harvard University
 
In the third episode of The COVID Chronicles podcast, Dr. Satchit Balsari speaks with Manoj Mohanan, Associate Professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. His team’s paper published in the Lancet Global Health reports that seroprevalence (the number of individuals in a population who test positive for a specific disease bas…
 
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