Nina L. Khrushcheva

Nina L. Khrushcheva, author of Imagining Nabokov: Russia Between Art and Politics, teaches international affairs at The New School and is a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute in New York.

Specialism:
  • Russian affairs
  • Kremlin foreign policy

Recent Articles

I was so inspired by War’s Unwomanly Face that a few years ago I wrote my own book detailing the endurance of women in my family in the war-ravaged Soviet Union

Putin’s scare tactics

As an ex-KGB officer, possesses a dictator’s shrewdness. He knows that centuries of tight government control have made Russians obedient

It is far from clear what Russia wants to become: a reinvented empire, a new autocracy, a sovereign democracy, or perhaps something else

The History of Russia’s Future

Putin hopes that harsh policies will allow him to maintain a stranglehold on Russia. But they have merely ensured the country’s decline.

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