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EVENT Crimea: Where Russia’s War Began and Where Ukraine Will Win

About the Event The Kremlin began its initial invasion and occupation of Ukraine in Crimea in 2014. Since then, Russian occupation officials have sought to eradicate Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar identity, history, and culture in cementing Moscow's illegal annexation of the peninsula. Russia's model for occupying,... MORE

EVENT: PRC Influence and Subnational Diplomacy

About the Event The People’s Republic of China (PRC) uses subnational diplomacy to further its geopolitical interests. By infiltrating local governments and using United Front strategies, the PRC has been able to extend its influence globally, often undermining local autonomy and democratic processes in other... MORE

EVENT: Saltanat’s Law: Women’s Rights in Central Asia

About the Event The Jamestown Foundation and the Energy, Growth, and Security Program at the International Tax and Investment Center (ITIC) will jointly host the event "Saltanat’s Law: Women’s Rights in Central Asia." Following a dramatic trial in which a previously untouchable former minister in Kazakhstan was... MORE

Watch the Videos: Green 5+1 for Central Asia

About the Event Since 2015, the C5+1 diplomatic platform has served to engage the United States with the five Central Asian states: Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. The mechanism of cooperation has increased U.S.-Central Asia dialogue on security, economy, energy, and the... MORE

Watch The Video: How Russia Loses: A Conversation with Thomas Kent

About the Event Vladimir Putin’s efforts to build influence abroad have succeeded in many places, but the Kremlin has also faced numerous obstacles and defeats. In How Russia Loses: Hubris and Miscalculation in Putin's Kremlin, Jamestown Senior Fellow Thomas Kent reviews Russian influence operations around the... MORE

Watch the Video: Willy Wo-Lap Lam in Conversation with Peter Martin

  About the Event In recent weeks, news has continued to emerge of corruption at the highest levels of the People's Liberation Army. Senior military cadres in the equipment procurement departments and the Rocket Force have been investigated, several of whom have been purged. These... MORE