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Russia and the Solecism of Power

by David Hollowayvia Governance In An Emerging New World
Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Nearly every discussion about Russia raises three questions: Who is to blame?  What is to be done?  And where is Russia heading?  This paper focuses on the third question, though the other two cannot be ignored entirely. Now is a particularly appropriate time to ask where Russia is headed, for the world is undergoing profound and rapid transformation at several levels. We are witnessing dramatic technological changes. These processes of change and transformation – technological, economic, demographic, and climatic – present great challenges for governance at all levels.  

Force Reductions and Redeployment: Part 1

with George P. Shultz, David Holloway, Rose Gottemoeller, James Goodby, Bruce Blairvia Uncommon Knowledge
Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Force Reductions and Redeployment: Part 1, the first session from the Hoover Institution's Reykjavik Revisited: Steps Toward a World Free of Nuclear Weapons conference. The event features discussants James Goodby, David Holloway, Bruce Blair and Rose Gottemoeller.

RUSSIAN TO JUDGEMENT: Russia After the Soviet Union

with Condoleezza Rice, David Holloway, Gail Lapidusvia Uncommon Knowledge
Saturday, April 15, 2000

It's been nearly a decade since Boris Yeltsin brought seventy years of Soviet rule to an end in 1991. Unfortunately, an era that began with high hopes for the new Russia has become a nightmare for the Russian people. One indicator of the troubles in Russia: life expectancy is now lower than during the Soviet era. What went wrong in Russia under Yeltsin? What does the future hold now that Russia has a new leader? Finally, what direction should U.S. relations with Russia take in the next decade?