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Travel Talks with Alexandra Vacroux: “Is Putin Forever?”
Join us for our Travel Talk with a lecture presented by Alexandra Vacroux AM ’92, PHD ’05.

Vladimir Putin came to power in 2000 and has ruled Russia with an increasingly authoritarian style ever since. But months of protests in Belarus suggest that Eurasian strongmen can be unexpectedly weakened by a popular uprising. What holds the Russian regime together? And where might it be vulnerable?

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Oct 21, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Alexandra Vacroux
Executive Director of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and Lecturer on Government at Harvard University
Vacroux's scholarly work addresses many Russian and Eurasian policy issues. In addition, she teaches popular courses on the comparative politics of Eurasia and post-Soviet conflict. She has mentored dozens of Harvard’s best and brightest Russian regional studies students and scholars. She is an active member of the bilateral Working Group on the Future of U.S.–Russia Relations, and co-chairs the Davis Center's long-running Comparative Politics Seminar.