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Nationalist Education in the Country of Origin and Immigrant Assimilation

February 22, 2024 - 15:30
Harris Mylonas, George Washington University
In the News
What Continued Drone Strikes on Russian Oil Refineries Could Mean for War with Ukraine
by Sergey Radchenko
Feb 19, 2024
Economics, Finance, & Trade
Europe & Eurasia
Foreign Policy
History
International Relations
Politics
Security, Strategy, & Statecraft
Hope for Russia has Died with Navalny
by Sergey Radchenko
Feb 19, 2024
Europe & Eurasia
Foreign Policy
History
International Relations
Politics
Security, Strategy, & Statecraft
Upcoming Events
Nationalist Education in the Country of Origin and Immigrant Assimilation
Feb 22
Harris Mylonas
George Washington University
How Much Do We Really Know about Income Inequality in Latin America?
Feb 26
Francisco H. G. Ferreira
London School of Economics and Political Science
Diplomatic Engagement with Iran
Feb 29
Nicholas Hopton
Former British Ambassador to Libya, Iran, Qatar, and Yemen
Trump-Proofing Europe? An Autonomous European Security and Defense Capability at Last?
Mar 4
Paul Taylor
Journalist and Policy-analyst
The Gulf Monarchies after the Arab Spring. Threats and Security
Mar 7
Cinzia Bianco
European Council on Foreign Relations; Gulf State Analytics
Our Experts
Mark Gilbert

C. Grove Haines Professor
Professor of History and International Studies
Professor Gilbert is a political historian. He writes on the contemporary history of Western European democracies and European integration. He teaches Peace and War and the Instability and Political Change in Consolidated Democracies.
Nina Hall

Assistant Professor of International Relations
Professor Hall’s core areas of expertise are: international organizations, transnational advocacy, climate adaptation, and global refugee governance. She also works with a global network of digital activists and writes on their distinctive mode of campaigning.
Erika Meucci

Academic Director, Master of Arts in International Affairs
Lecturer in Mathematics
Professor Meucci’s area of expertise include statistical methods for business & economics and math for risk assessment.
Michael G. Plummer

Eni Professor of International Economics
Professor Plummer is a leading expert on trans-Pacific economic relationships and on Asian economic development. His research centers on international integration and cooperation and his teaches courses on microeconomic risk and international trade.
Sergey Radchenko

Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor
Director, Bologna Institute for Policy Research
Professor Radchenko has an international reputation for research on the history of the Cold War. His specialty areas also include Sino-Soviet relations, Soviet and Chinese foreign policies, Russian foreign policy, Russia-NATO relations, and atomic diplomacy.

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