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Unpredictable Past: History & Putin's Russia

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Carnegie Endowment Building

1779 Massachusetts Ave NW

2nd Floor

Washington, District of Columbia 20036

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Join us for a discussion about Russia in Washington on November 2 with a stellar panel of experts. The legendary broadcaster Marvin Kalb, senior advisor to the Pulitzer Center and senior fellow at the Brookings Institute; formerly a Moscow-based diplomatic attaché and CBS News Moscow Bureau chief; New School Professor Nina Khrushcheva, great-granddaughter of Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev; and Carnegie Endowment Vice President for Studies Andrew Weiss will join ICWA Interim Executive Director Gregory Feifer, former NPR correspondent in Moscow, to discuss ways in which Russia’s turbulent history influences politics and society today, on the centenary year of the 1917 Russian Revolution.

Co-sponsored by the Pulitzer Center, the talk will start at 6:30 pm in the Carnegie Endowment building at 1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Doors will open at 6:15pm. Copies of Marvin’s new memoir about his time in Moscow in 1956 will be available for sale.

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Carnegie Endowment Building

1779 Massachusetts Ave NW

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Washington, District of Columbia 20036

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