The following are selected speeches and testimony.
Speeches & Testimony
The Challenges of Iran's Transition in Comparative Perspective
Foreign Policy & Academia: Is There A Causal Connection?
A presentation on the causal connection between foreign policy and academia. | Click the link below the view the presentation. | In the presentation, six topics will be discussed: 1. Ideas (can) matter 2. Bad ideas matter 3. Academic ideas influenced Obama's speeches 4. Historical analogy is methodology of choice 5. Expert knowledge is empowering 6. Other states/people get a vote.
Explaining the Causes and Consequences of Putin's Invasion of Ukraine | Michael McFaul
Defending U.S. Allies and Interests Against Russian Aggression in Eastern Europe
A New Cold War? Great Power Relations in the 21st Century
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Beyond Incrementalism: Restructuring & Reinvigorating Public Diplomacy
A presentation on how to engage in more effective public diplomacy. | Click the link below to view the presentation.
Promoting Global Democracy
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Посол США Майкл Макфол: я отдал госдеповские печеньки. Часть 1
U.S.-China Relations today. Lessons from the Cold War.
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House Foreign Affairs Holds Hearing on Kremlin Crimes Abroad
On Tuesday, July 7, at 2:00 p.m., the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, Energy and the Environment will hold a hearing on exposing and demanding accountability for Kremlin crimes abroad. The subcommittee will hear testimony from: Daniel Fried, the former State Department coordinator for sanctions policy; Michael McFaul, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia; Kimberly Marten, the chair of the political science department at Barnard College; and Vladimir Kara-Murza, Chairman of the Boris Nemtsov Foundation for Freedom.