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McFaul gives Class Day lecture to 6,000 Stanford graduates, family members

June 2007

CDDRL Director and political science Professor Michael McFaul gave the 2007 Class Day lecture on Saturday, June 16.

Gideon Maltz: Zimbabwe's last chance

March 2006

In an op-ed in the Baltimore Sun on March 13, CDDRL pre-doctoral fellow Gideon Maltz argues that the international community's strategy on Zimbabwe has failed.

Vladimir the Terrible

February 2006

Review of "Putin's Russia: Life in a Failing Democracy" by Anna Politkovskaya Since coming to power in 2000, Russian President Vladimir Putin has had one clear central objective: strengthening the...

How U.S. Should Take on Iran

December 2004

CDDRL Faculty Associate, Michael McFaul and Hoover Institution Fellow, Abbas Milani argue that Iran's nuclear program does not pose a direct threat to the United States.

Persian Dilemmas: The Discouraging Lessons of U.S. Iranian Relations

December 2004

Last month, the foreign ministers of France, Great Britain, and Germany triumphantly announced a new accord with Iran.

A Blurred Vision

July 2003

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Get Real, Russia!

January 2001

Well before George W. Bush finally won the U.S. presidency, Vladimir Putin and his surrogates made it clear that they hoped for a Republican victory.
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