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Sarah Cameron: Famine and Unimaginable Sorrow in Soviet Kazakhstan
January 22, 2019
Sarah Cameron: Famine and Unimaginable Sorrow in Soviet Kazakhstan
A discussion of Soviet policy, a devastating famine, and the making of Kazakhstan.
Sarah Cameron: Famine and Unimaginable Sorrow in Soviet Kazakhstan
What’s Behind a Name? India’s Stalins
August 27, 2018
What’s Behind a Name? India’s Stalins
One of India’s most important states may soon be ruled by a man named Stalin.
What’s Behind a Name? India’s Stalins
Can Kazakhstan Look to Uzbekistan for Economic Dynamism?
February 18, 2017
Can Kazakhstan Look to Uzbekistan for Economic Dynamism?
Central Asia’s borders and Stalin; radio in the region and more; recommended links.
Can Kazakhstan Look to Uzbekistan for Economic Dynamism?
Digging Into Stalin's Secrets
July 09, 2016
Digging Into Stalin's Secrets
Kazakhstan's convincing national narrative, Atambayev's music debut, a fascinating story tying the steppe to Hawaii; weekend reads.
Digging Into Stalin's Secrets
What If the United States Had Told the Soviet Union About the Bomb?
May 18, 2016
What If the United States Had Told the Soviet Union About the Bomb?
In 1945, U.S. nuclear scientists urged the government to talk to the Soviets about the bomb--of course, they didn't know the Soviets knew.
What If the United States Had Told the Soviet Union About the Bomb?
Why Do Americans Like Revolutions?
December 29, 2013
Why Do Americans Like Revolutions?
Revolutions are the antithesis to America’s own history, and to its geostrategic and normative interests.
Why Do Americans Like Revolutions?
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