EURUS Professors Co-leading the Eastern Europe and Transatlantic Network (EETN)

Wednesday, July 3, 2024EURUS Professors Co-leading the Eastern Europe and Transatlantic Network (EETN)Starting on July 1, 2024, EURUS Professors Crina Viju-Miljusevic, Paul Goode and Jeff Sahadeo will be co-leading a Collaborative Network as part of the Mobilizing Insights in Defence and Security program of the Department of National Defence Canada (Funding Results - Canada.ca). The project will address three core challenges - for Canada and in...

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Piotr Dutkiewicz: What is new in our perceptions of world politics? The Split: Re-defining the basics

Tuesday, June 18, 2024Piotr Dutkiewicz: What is new in our perceptions of world politics? The Split: Re-defining the basicsPolitical Science Workshop: The Grand Split? How The World is Dividing The condition of world politics has reached the point of a severe crisis. The system of global governance and the international order it was based on is shaking. Some would see this as a crisis of legitimacy, others as an institutional breakdown, and...

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EURUS faculty editors in Canadian Foreign Policy Journal

Wednesday, May 15, 2024EURUS faculty editors in Canadian Foreign Policy JournalCanadian Foreign Policy Journal Volume 30 Issue 1: The Reverberating Effects of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine EURUS faculty member Jeff Sahadeo, as well as adjunct research Professors Milana Nikolko and David Sichinava are guest editors of Issue 1 of the 30th volume of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) titled "The Reverberating Effects...

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EURUS faculty editors in Canadian Foreign Policy Journal

Wednesday, May 15, 2024EURUS faculty editors in Canadian Foreign Policy JournalCanadian Foreign Policy Journal Volume 30 Issue 1: The Reverberating Effects of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine EURUS faculty member Jeff Sahadeo, research Professors Milana Nikolko and David Sichinava as well as the School of Architecture & Urbanism's Suzanne Harris-Brandts are guest editors of Issue 1 of the 30th volume of the Canadian...

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Congratulations to James Casteel for winning the Faculty Graduate Mentoring Award

Monday, March 25, 2024Congratulations to James Casteel for winning the Faculty Graduate Mentoring AwardThis past week, EURUS faculty member Dr. James Casteel was awarded the Faculty Graduate Mentoring Award. The award was given to six Carleton professors in reflection of their exceptional service to graduate students as supervisors and research mentors. Congratulations to Dr. Casteel for this well-deserved award! Read more about his award in the...

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EURUS faculty member Achim Hurrelmann is one of the editors of a new textbook on European Union politics

Monday, July 31, 2023EURUS faculty member Achim Hurrelmann is one of the editors of a new textbook on European Union politicsEURUS faculty member Achim Hurrelmann is one of the editors of a new textbook on European Union politics: Amy Verdun, Achim Hurrelmann and Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly (eds.),European Union Governance andPolicy-Making: A Canadian Perspective, 2nd edition (University of Toronto Press, 2023). Joan DeBardeleben and Crina Viju-Miljusevic have also...

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Russian Television and the War in Ukraine: Dr. Paul Goode recent articles

Friday, July 21, 2023Russian Television and the War in Ukraine: Dr. Paul Goode recent articlesCarl McMillan Chair Dr. Paul Goode has published two articles about Russian television and the war in Ukraine. You will find descriptions and links to the full articles below. Spinning Prigozhin: How Russian Television Managed the Wagner Mutiny "Russian state television’s nightly news on June 23, 2023, treated viewers to routine stories about...

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Displacement from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Workshop Recordings Available

Sunday, June 4, 2023Displacement from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Workshop Recordings AvailableThe recordings of the May 5th Workshop "Displacement from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Local Impacts, Canada's Role and Global Consequences" can be streamed from the Displacement Ukraine Website. This workshop follows up on the November 3rd-4th 2022 conference: "Global Consequences of Displacement from Russia's Invasion of Ukraine: space, Place...

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Jeff Sahadeo featured on Panel about The War in Ukraine on TVO

Sunday, June 4, 2023Jeff Sahadeo featured on Panel about The War in Ukraine on TVOEURUS faculty member Dr. Jeff Sahadeo was featured on The Agenda with Steve Paikin in a panel about the War in Ukraine. An anticipated spring counteroffensive by Ukraine is set to begin soon. The upcoming battle may play a decisive role in whether Ukraine's Western allies continue their support, as the two warring countries...

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Paul Goode interviewed on FPA’s Research Shop Talk Podcast

Wednesday, September 21, 2022Paul Goode interviewed on FPA’s Research Shop Talk PodcastProfessor Paul Goode was interviewed by Kyla Reid on the Faculty of Public Administration's Research Shop Talk podcast. Professor Goode is joined by Professor Christiane Wilke from the Department of Law and Legal Studies to discuss the challenges that they face when their field work site becomes a war zone. You can listen to...

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Paul Goode awarded SSHRC Connection Grant

Wednesday, September 21, 2022Paul Goode awarded SSHRC Connection GrantProfessor Paul Goode, McMillan Chair of Russian Studies at EURUS, was awarded a Connections Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). The grant is for his ongoing research project, Russian Media Observation and Research (RuMOR): An Observatory of Russian Disinformation and Strategic Narratives.The grant is valued at...

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EURUS Director Crina Viju-Miljusevic awarded Jean Monnet Chair in EU External Relations: Competing Regionalism in Eurasia

Tuesday, September 20, 2022EURUS Director Crina Viju-Miljusevic awarded Jean Monnet Chair in EU External Relations: Competing Regionalism in EurasiaThe Chair is supported by an EU grant of 50,000 Euros for a period of three years (2022-2025). The Chair will support teaching, public and policy debates, and dissemination of resources on the EU as a foreign policy actor, the EU’s sponsored policies within the Eurasian region and the EU-China relations. In teaching, new...

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Jeff Sahadeo awarded SSHRC Connections Grant

Wednesday, August 24, 2022Jeff Sahadeo awarded SSHRC Connections GrantA project led by Jeff Sahadeo – “Global Consequences of Displacement from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Space, Place and Pluralism” – has been awarded a SSHRC Connection Grant. The project involves David Carment, David Sichinava, Milana Nikolko, and Suzanne Harris-Brandts as co-investigators, as well as James Milner, Martin Geiger,...

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EURUS is searching for a new Outreach and Development Coordinator!

Monday, July 11, 2022EURUS is searching for a new Outreach and Development Coordinator!The Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (EURUS), Carleton University, is hiring for a casual position as a development and outreach coordinator for Fall and Winter 2022-23 (with the possibility of an extension), with training starting mid-August. The successful candidate will be involved in webpage maintenance and upgrades; social...

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Sanctions, Russia, and the International System – by Dane Rowlands

Monday, June 6, 2022Sanctions, Russia, and the International System – by Dane RowlandsSanctions, Russia, and the International System - by Dane Rowlands There has been a lot of discussion, and sometimes confusion, about the use of sanctions against Russia because of its invasion of Ukraine. Economic sanctions have been an instrument of foreign policy for centuries, and disrupting an enemy’s international commerce is a common...

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