Ivan Kurilla, a former Kennan Institute fellow and professor at Volgograd State University. His current academic projects include history of Russian-American relations in the years of American civil war, American Studies in Russia and Russian Studies in the U.S. as academic and pedagogical projects, a collective monograph on history of Russian-U.S. relations.
As Russia gears up to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Victory Day, it’s time to remember the long-standing historical ties that have existed between Russia and the United StatesRead more
2014 marked a new historic cycle in U.S.-Russia relations. Here are the most important events that will influence relations between the two countries for years to comeRead more
Russian historian Ivan Kurilla shares his thoughts about the current U.S.-Russia confrontation, arguing that the spike of anti-Americanism in Russia and Russophobia in the U.S. are part of a broader historical cycleRead more