Nunn School Experts Participate in US-Russia Workshop at Moscow State Institute of International Relations
On March 2, experts from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), and other Russian organizations organized a US-Russia Workshop on Foreign Policy Resources. The group discussed the significant impact of new technologies on US-Russia relations and world politics.
Adam Stulberg, the Nunn School chair, and Jenna Jordan, an associate professor in the Nunn School, were among the participants who are working on a collaborative project with MGIMO. The event’s purpose was to prepare a scientific paper on the evolution of resources and instrumental support on foreign policy in Russia and the U.S. with an emphasis on the impact of new technology and methods of foreign policy on US-Russia relations.
Other participants included A.A. Baykov, dean of faculty at the Moscow Academy of Science; V.M. Morozov, vice-rector for personnel policy; M.A. Zagorsky, director of IMOiU; K. Korten, professor at IMOiU; I.A. Istomin, an associate professor in the PAMP department; A. Vinho, a teacher at IMOIU; M.O. Shibkova, a teacher at IMOiU; A.M. Vysotsky, head of Yandex international programs; E.R. Nadorshin, chief economist at the consulting company P.F. Capital; and O.V. Shakirov, a PIR Center consultant.
The joint initiative of the Nunn School and MGIMO also includes co-teaching the course Statecraft in International Affairs offered this spring.