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KU CREES COLD WAR GLOBAL LEGACIES SERIES WILL INCLUDE SPEAKER FIONA HILL

LAWRENCE — A new lecture series from the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES) at the University of Kansas will feature some of the world’s leading experts to talk about the Cold War and its aftermath.

PROFESSOR EMERITUS WILL BE PRESENTED POLISH AWARD FOR BRAVERY DURING NAZI OCCUPATION

LAWRENCE — Jaroslaw (Andrzej) Piekałkiewicz, professor emeritus of political science and Russian & East European studies at the University of Kansas, will be awarded the Krzyz Walecznych (Cross of the Brave) this week by the government of Poland.

LAIRD ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS EXPLORE RUSSIA, UKRAINE’S CURRENT POLITICS

LAWRENCE — The Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies has announced that this year’s Roy D.

THE DANGERS OF SAYING RUSSIA 'HACKED' THE 2016 ELECTION

LAWRENCE – Those on the political left who play fast and loose with the term “hacked,” as in “Russia hacked the 2016 presidential election,” are aiding the Kremlin in its mission of undermining Americans’ faith in the democratic process, two University of Kansas researchers write in a new scholar