Ban Kremlin agents and toxic Russian propaganda

APPEAL TO WESTERN ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

The West is finally waking up to the fascistic and inhumane nature of Vladimir Putin’s regime. A global effort is now underway to end the Kremlin’s exploitation, under the cover of cultural contacts, of free access to the economic and cultural structures of democratic countries for its own agenda.

In the aftermath of the invasion of Ukraine that began a week ago, the time has come for academic and cultural institutions to do the same, to both support the victim of this aggression and to counter the Putin regime’s pervasive toxic propaganda. MIT has announced that it has stopped cooperating with the Kremlin-sponsored Skolkovo program, Carnegie Hall has halted concerts by Putin apologists Valery Gergiyev and Denis Matsuev, and many countries are halting collaboration with Kremlin media. The Metropolitan Opera is severing ties with pro-Putin artists.  But this is only a start, and the Kremlin’s reach remains widespread and powerful.

We, representatives of Ukrainian, Belarusian, Czech, Slovak, Lithuanian, US, UK and anti-Putin Russian civil society and academia, strongly urge all Western institutions to halt all forms of cooperation with Kremlin-connected entities and sponsors. We urge students, professors, alumni and all those who stand with Ukraine in the face of Putin’s aggression to demand this action from administrators who have long turned a blind eye to the ways Russian financial support may simply buy respectability and blunt our search for truth. In particular, we urge:

·        All entities around the world to stop any and all collaboration with Rossotrudnichestvo, the Russkiy Mir Foundation, the Gorchakov Fund, the Dialogue of Civilizations Institute in Berlin and the Institute for Democracy and Cooperation in Paris, which routinely churn out malign Kremlin propaganda, often directed against Ukraine. All these entities should immediately lose their right to operate on Western soil just as Russia Today (RT), Sputnik and other propaganda outlets have. We also demand cutting all ties with the Valdai Discussion Club, Putin’s platform for promoting his political agenda;

·        New York University to rename the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia and drop any cooperation with the Kremlin oligarch Boris Jordan who was involved in the suppression of free media in Russia;

·        Harvard University, Yale University, the Council on Foreign Relations, the New York Academy of Sciences, Tel Aviv University and other institutions in the US and around the world to rename programs and buildings named after Kremlin oligarch Len Blavatnik who derives massive insider benefits from Putin’s regime, suppresses free speech, cooperates with corrupt Russian officials, and funds Russian entertainment propaganda outlets in Russia and anti-Ukrainian propaganda films worldwide;

·        Columbia University to sever ties with the Russian government within the Russian Library book series publications of Columbia University Press. While we consider the translation of Russian literature an important enterprise, funding for this program comes via the Institute for Literary Translation (Institut Perevoda). Its co-founder is the Russian propaganda TV channel Russia Today (RT), while the Institute’s head of supervisory board is Vladimir Grigoriev, the deputy head of Roskomnadzor (Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media), which has severely censored Russian news outlets, political opposition, bloggers, and social media reporting on aggression against Ukraine since 2014. Direct participation in cultural diplomacy projects of a criminal regime is unworthy of a university of Columbia’s stature.

·        Kennan Institute, Wilson Center to rescind past awards and drop any ongoing cooperation with Kremlin oligarchs Petr Aven, Mikhail Fridman, Viktor Vekselberg, and Len Blavatnik for their proximity to Putin and malign influence in the West and against Ukraine. We also recommend the full re-opening of the Kyiv-based branch of the Kennan Institute, which was abruptly shut down by past leadership with close ties to Kremlin oligarchs;

·        Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to close its Moscow branch which has been peddling Kremlin narratives around the world, including against Ukraine;

·        The Center for the National Interest and The Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History at American University to remove Dimitri Simes and Anton Fedyashin for their toxic anti-Ukrainian and pro-Putin propaganda. Both entities must stop channeling Kremlin narratives and inviting Putin’s trusted representatives to the West;

·        Cambridge University to drop further cooperation with the Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash for his insider deals with Gazprom and other malign influence against Ukraine and the West;

·        Oxford University to rename the Blavatnik School of Government and to drop any cooperation with Kremlin oligarch Len Blavatnik. Oxford’s Said Business School must rescind past support to joint prizes with Alfa Bank, an entity which is now sanctioned by the US, EU, and Canada for its help in raising money for the Kremlin;

·        Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum to rename The Moshe Mirilashvili Center and halt any cooperation with Kremlin oligarch Mikhael Mirilashvili, a close Putin ally who has spread Kremlin propaganda about World War II, which is directed against Ukraine and EU countries;

·        Tel Aviv University to rename The Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry and halt any cooperation with Vyacheslav (Moshe) Kantor for his proximity to Putin and spreading Kremlin propaganda about World War II, which is directed against Ukraine and EU countries;

·        The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Metropolitan Opera and other art and musical entities to stop all performances by Putin’s trusted representatives and staunch political supporters, including Valery Gergiyev, Denis Matsuev, Igor Butman, Anna Netrebko, Vladimir Spivakov, and others.

·        Carnegie Hall, Tate Modern, Victoria and Albert Museum, Bodleian Library and other cultural entities to rename programs and buildings named after Kremlin oligarch Len Blavatnik and stop any cooperation with him for reasons mentioned above;

·        Academic and other entities in the US, UK, Canada, and Germany to stop any cooperation under the Alfa Fellowship with EU sanctioned Kremlin oligarchs and other principals of the US sanctioned Alfa Bank.

In its naked brutality the war being waged by Putin’s Russia against Ukraine is also a war against western democracy and the rule of law. Along with democratic values, civilized, humane values are also an essential part of the resistance to Putin’s aggression.  Not least of all, the war has also shown the issue to be both global and moral. Oligarchs who collaborate with and enable Putin’s regime should not retain their positions of honor and influence in those same Western societies that the Putin regime is intent on degrading and ultimately destroying. 

Not least of all, Ukraine, a country being devastated by Putin’s massive and annihilatory attack, is desperately in need of Western support, contacts, and investments. A formulation of pressing needs and programs is a first priority.

This appeal will be shared on social media under #BLOCKPUTINSWALLETS

Organizational signatories:

  • Anti-Corruption Action Centre, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Arts Against Aggression, Boston, USA
  • American Association for Ukrainian Studies, USA
  • Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US, USA
  • European Values Center for Security Policy, Czech Republic
  • The Democratic Initiatives Foundation, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Association of the Jewish Organizations and Communities of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Congress of Ethnic Communities of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Joint Baltic American National Committee, USA
  • Human Rights Center ZMINA, Ukraine
  • DEJURE Foundation, Kyiv, Ukraine 
  • Belarus Free Theatre, United Kingdom
  • Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”, Ukraine
  • National Institute for Strategic Studies, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Kyiv Mohyla School for Policy Analysis, Kyiv, Ukraine
  •   Shevchenko Scientific Society, Uninted States
  • Owen/Cox Dance Group, USA
  • Institute of molecular biology and genetics , NAS of Ukraine
  • National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding
  • The Russian Reader, United States
  • Blue Point Art Gallery London
  • Kyiv-Mohyla Foundation of America, United States
  • Center for US-Ukrainian Relations
  • CARE Arthritis Limited, Canada
  • Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, Kyiv, Ukrainian NAS
  • Ukrainian Studies Fund, United States
  • Basel Institute on Governance, Switzerland
  • Ukrainian Free University, Munich, Germany
  • Bikbova Law Offices, P.C, United States

Individual signatories:

  1. Tetiana Shevchuk, Anti-corruption Action Centre, Kyiv
  2. Daria Kaleniuk, Anti-corruption Action Centre, Kyiv
  3. Dmitry Smelyansky, Arts Against Aggression, Boston
  4. Ilya Zaslavskiy, Underminers.info, Washington, D.C.
  5. Halyna Hryn, president, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
  6. Oxana Shevel, president, American Association for Ukrainian Studies; Tufts University
  7. Oleh Kotsyuba, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
  8. George G. Grabowicz, academic vice president, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Harvard University
  9. Vitaly Chernetsky, first vice president, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Kansas University
  10. Virko Baley, academic vice president, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; University of Nevada Las Vegas
  11. Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, learned secretary, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Northwestern University
  12. Askold Melnyczuk, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; University of Massachusetts, Boston
  13. Olena Nikolayenko, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Fordham University
  14. Roman Shirokov, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Rutgers University
  15. Ivanna Bilych, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US
  16. Zenon Wasyliw, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Ithaca College
  17. Solomiya Ivakhiv, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; University of Connecticut
  18. Margarita Balmaceda, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Seton Hall University
  19. Laada Bilaniuk, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; University of Washington
  20. Anna Procyk, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; City University of New York
  21. Andriy Danylenko, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the US; Pace University
  22. Emily Channel-Justice, American Association for Ukrainian Studies; Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
  23. Sophia Wilson, American Association for Ukrainian Studies; ​​Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
  24. Alexandra Hrycak, American Association for Ukrainian Studies; ​​Reed College
  25. George Soroka, American Association for Ukrainian Studies; ​​Harvard University
  26. Karine Orlova, exiled journalist, Washington, D.C.
  27. Olga Lautman, kleptocracy researcher, New York
  28. Roman Torgovitsky, Healing War Scars, Boston/Kyiv
  29. Josef Zissels, co-president of the Association of the Jewish Organizations and Communities of Ukraine, Kyiv
  30. Tom Mueller, anti-corruption expert, author of Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing in an Age of Fraud, Milan
  31. Matej Kandrik, STRATPOL – Strategic Policy Institute, Slovakia
  32. Edward Lucas, Times Columnist and Parliamentary Candidate, UK
  33. Pavel Havlíček, Analyst, Association for International Affairs, Czech Republic
  34. Marius Laurinavičius, an independent analyst on international relations and security , Lithuania
  35. Jakub Janda, Executive Director, European Values Center for Security Policy
  36. Veronika Víchová, Deputy Director for Analysis, European Values Center for Security Policy
  37. Andrei Piontkovsky, independent analyst, Washington, D.C.
  38. Sarah Chayes, international corruption expert, author of On Corruption in America — And What Is at Stake.
  39. Dr. George Mchedlishvili, Associate Professor, European University, Tbilisi, Georgia
  40. Andrei Zagdansky, independent filmmaker, New York
  41. Andrey Sidelnikov, international movement “Speak Up!”, London
  42. Martin Dewhirst, University of Glasgow (retired), United Kingdom
  43. Olexiy Haran, Professor of Politics, Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine
  44. Sergiy Fedunyak, Professor, Yuriy Fed’kovych Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine
  45. Roman Kalytchak, Associate Professor, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine
  46. Ariana Gic, political and legal analyst, Director, Direct Initiative International Centre for Ukraine
  47. Roman Sohn, Legal expert, Chairman, Direct Initiative International Centre for Ukraine
  48. John Lough, Associate Fellow, Russia & Eurasia Programme, Chatham House
  49. Oleksandr  Potiekhin, Research Fellow, Institute of World History NAS of Ukraine, Professor, Sumy State Pedagogical University
  50. Andrei Sannikov, Civil Campaign “European Belarus”
  51. Volodymyr Kulyk, Senior Researcher, Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  52. Karl Altau, Managing Director, Joint Baltic American National Committee, Washington, D.C.
  53. Amy Knight, author of Orders To Kill: The Putin Regime and Political Murder, USA
  54. Natalia Moussienko,Leading Research Fellow, Modern Art Research Institute, National Academy of Arts of Ukraine
  55. Grygoriy Shamborovskyi, Professor of the Department of International Economic Relations, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine
  56. Yevhen Bystrytsky, Professor, Leading Researcher, Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  57. Christopher A. Hartwell, Professor and Head of the International Management Institute, ZHAW School of Management and Law, Switzerland
  58. Tetiana Pechonchyk, PhD of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, Human Rights Center ZMINA (Ukraine)
  59. Yaroslav Zhalilo, Dr. Sc., National Institute for Strategic Studies, Kyiv, Ukraine
  60. Drew Sullivan, Editor, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, Sarajevo, BiH
  61. Serhiy Kudelia, Associate Professor of Political Science, Baylor University
  62. Yevgeniy Zakharov, PhD, Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group “Memorial”
  63. Danylo Metelskyi, Director NGO “Center of Social Transformations”
  64. Olena Sotnyk, human rights defender, Member of Ukrainian Parliament 2014-2019
  65. Vita Dumanska, PhD, Leader of CHESNO Movement, Kyiv
  66. Iryna Fedoriv, Editor in Chief, CHESNO Movement, Kyiv
  67. Mariya Ortynska, Lawyer, IP Style
  68. Mykhailo Zhernakov, Ph.D, Chair of the Board, DEJURE Foundation, Judge of the Vinnytsia District Administrative Court 2012-2015
  69. Hanna Shelest, PhD, UA: Ukraine Analytica, Director of Security Programs, Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”
  70. Tetiana Zosymenko, Ph.D, Chernihiv Polytechnic National University, Economic Diplomacy Program Director, Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”
  71. Iaroslav Chornogor, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of World History of the NAS of Ukraine, Deputy Chief Editor “The Ukrainian Week”, Board Member of the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”
  72. Oleksandr Kraiev,  PhD Candidate, Director of North America program in Foreign policy council “Ukrainian Prism”
  73. Mykhailo Drapak, PhD Candidate, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Expert of the Regional Initiatives and Neighborhood Program of the Foreign Policy Council «Ukrainian Prism»
  74. Maria Avdeeva, Research Director European Expert Association, Ukraine
  75. James Nixey, Director, Russia-Eurasia Programme, Chatham House, United Kingdom
  76. Natalia Kaliada, co-artistic director of Belarus Free Theatre, United Kingdom
  77. Nicolai Khalezin, co-artistic director of Belarus Free Theatre, United Kingdom
  78. Sergiy Gerasymchuk, Deputy Executive Director, Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”
  79. Maryna Khromykh, Executive Director DEJURE Foundation
  80. Yuriy Matsiyevsky, Professor of Political Science, Ostroh Academy National University, Ukraine
  81. Andrii Vyshnevskyi, alumnus of the University of Oxford, MPP from Blavatnik School of Government
  82. Kateryna Shynkaruk, Ph.D., Associate Professor of International Relations, Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine
  83. John Crowfoot, editor/translator of Anna Politkovskaya, A Dirty War, founder / manager of The Dmitriev Affair website
  84. Artem Romaniukov, co-founder SaveEcoBot / SaveDnipro, Stanford Ukrainian Emerging Leaders Program fellow
  85. Svitlana Matviienko, Ukrainian School of Political Studies, Agency for Legislative Initiatives, Ukraine
  86. Pavel Litvinov, Soviet dissident leader, director of Andrei Sakharov Foundation
  87. Markian Dobczansky, Associate, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, United States
  88. Myron O. Stacniw, Historian, Independent Scholar; Board Member, Shevchenko Scientific Society in the USA
  89. Cristina Andronache, Romania
  90. Ganna Elska, Institute of molecular biology and genetics, NAS of Ukraine
  91. Viktor Neiström Ortynski, PhD, Sweden
  92. Michelle Carey, USA
  93. Ernest Wyciszkiewicz, Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding
  94. Anatoly Zagorodny, President of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  95. Alexey Ladokhin, Professor, KUMC, United States
  96. Alexandra Kushnir, MD, biomedical section, Shevchenko Scientific Society
  97. Oksana Clarizia
  98. Andriy Zayarnyuk, Professor, University of Winnipeg, Canada
  99. Mykola Osypenko, Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophical Theology. University of Fribourg, Switzerland
  100. Suzanne Scarlata, Whitcomb Professor of Biochemistry, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States
  101. Stepan Blinder, PhD Candidate in Slavonic Studies, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  102. Susan E Carlson, United States
  103. Douglas Tobias, Distinguished Professor and Chair, United States
  104. Jennifer Owen, Artistic Director, Owen/Cox Dance Group, United States
  105. Alicia Varela
  106. Viktor Neiström Ortynski, PhD, Sweden
  107. Michelle Carey, United States
  108. Daniel Otzen, Professor, Aarhus University, Denmark
  109. Agnė Caldara, musician, Germany
  110. Alexander Etkind
  111. Manuel Prieto, Professor, Lisbon University, Portugal
  112. Mara Polakova, translator, Latvia
  113. Oksana Nezhyvenko, PhD in economics, Associate professor, National university of Kyiv-Mohyla academy
  114. Justinas Mickus, associate analyst, Eastern Europe Studies Center, Lithuania
  115. Mikhail Iossel, writer, professor, Montreal
  116. Sandro Keller, Professor of Biophysics, Institute of Molecular Biosciences (IMB), University of Graz, Austria
  117. Thomas Campbell, freelance translator and editor, United States
  118. Anton Markoč, Associate Professor of General Education, American University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
  119. Guillermo Marques, Minneapolis, Unites States
  120. Mykhailo Tukalo, Director, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics NAS of Ukraine
  121. Christine Jacobson, Assistant Curator of Modern Books and Manuscripts, Harvard Library, United States
  122. Mikhail Filippov, Professor of Political Science, Binghamton University (SUNY), United States
  123. Volodymyr Ivanytsia, vice-rector, Odesa Mechnikov National University, Ukraine
  124. Tetiana Filipova, Professor of Odessa I.I. Mechnikov National University, Ukraine
  125. Galkin, professor, Mechnikov national university of Odessa, Ukraine
  126. Dr. Anna Grebinyk, Germany
  127. Anna Yudin, gestalt therapist, supervisor and teacher, Notway
  128. Marta Farion, president Kyiv Mohyla Foundation of America, United States
  129. Roman Tratch, PhD., foreign member of the Academy of Paedagogical Scieces of Ukraine, United States
  130. Sandrine Pierre, United States
  131. Serhiy Bilenky, historian, research associate, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Canada
  132. Dr. Svitlana Biedarieva, Ibero-American University
  133. Mykola Hryckowian, Washington DC, Director of Center for US-Ukrainian Relations (CUSUR), United States
  134. Dr. Walter P. Maksymowych, Professor of Medicine, University of Alberta, Canada
  135. Olexandr Kornelyuk, Professor, Institute of Molecular Biology & Genetics, Ukraine
  136. Daniel G Swistel, MD, Professor of Surgery. New York University, former President, Ukrainian Institute of America
  137. Daria Fedorovych lider scientist Institute of Cell Biology NAS of Ukraine
  138. Mykhailo Gonchar, Head of the Department, Institute of Cell Biology, Ukraine
  139. Oksana Berezovska, PhD, MGB, Boston, United States
  140. Stephanie Briggs, United Kingdom
  141. Anton Makarevych, MFA Arts, Arizona State University
  142. Dr. Oleksandr Shcheglovitov, Assistant Professor, University if Utah, United States
  143. Evgeniya Dudina, visiting scholar Dickinson college, United States
  144. Tetyana Korchak, MD, biomedical section, Shevchenko Scientific Society
  145. Kenneth R. Peterson, PhD, Professor, University of Kansas Medical Center, United States
  146. Bret Freudenthal, Associate Professor, KUMC, United States
  147. Leonid Dubrovinsky, Professor, Bayreuth University, Germany
  148. Elizabeth Wilson
  149. Adam Sybera, information analyst, Kremlin Watch, European Values Centre for Security Policy, Czech Republic
  150. Dr Daniel Green, Affiliated Lecturer, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  151. Valery Gusynin, corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  152. Fabrice Smieliauskas, Assistant Professor, Wayne State University, United States
  153. KristineZiedina
  154. Dr Lika Glonti, Tbilisi, Georgia
  155. Malkhaz Nakashidze, Professor, Jean Monnet Chair, Batumi Shota Rustaveli State Universury, Georgia
  156. Liis Samon-Januszewski, Washington, United States
  157. Richard Arnold, Associate Professor of Political Science, Muskingum University, United States
  158. Mariia Shynkarenko, PhD Candidate, The New School
  159. Kevin McNamara, Professor, United States
  160. Albert Legzdins
  161. Michelle Groulx, Planet Lite, Canada
  162. Eirik Lokke
  163. Soumya Naidu, United States
  164. Melanie Mantenieks
  165. Professor Serhiy Komisarenko, Director Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, Kyiv, Ukraine
  166. Dmytro Redchyts, Deputy Director for Research and Organizational Work, Institute of Transport Systems and Technologies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine
  167. Sergiy Perepelytsya, Scientific Secretary, Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine
  168. David Lordkipanidze, Director, National Museum, Georgia
  169. Kristofer Harrison, United States
  170. Ingo Steinhaeuser, Thomson Reuters, United States
  171. Michael J. Dziedzic, PhD, George Mason University, United States
  172. Ligia Maura Costa, Lawyer, Brazil
  173. Alexander Motyl, Professor, Rutgers University
  174. Bohdan Vitvitsky, President, Ukrainian Studies Fund, United States
  175. Bohdan Klid, Research Director, Holodomor Research and Education Consortium, Canada
  176. Dr. Natalia Pylypiuk, Professor Emerita, University of Alberta, Canada
  177. Lana Krys, Assistant Professor, MacEwan University, Canada
  178. Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj, Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta, Canada
  179. Christopher A. Corpora, PhD
  180. Irene Zabytko, Writer, United States
  181. Gretta Fenner, Managing Director, Basel Institute on Governance, Switzerland
  182. Maria O. Pryshlak, Rector, foremerly Georgetown University, Ukrainian Free University, Munich, Germany
  183. Nate Sibley, Kleptocracy Initiative, United States
  184. Julia Bikbova, Principal Attorney, Bikbova Law Offices, P.C, United States
  185. Dmitry Kleinbock, Professor of Mathematics, Brandeis University
  186. Tanya Chebotarev, Bakhmeteff Archive, Columbia University, New York, United States
  187. Kevin Anderson, Clerk of the Courts, Maryland Circuit Court, United States
  188. Maria G. Rewakowicz, Affiliate Faculty, University of Washington, United States
  189. Myroslava Znayenko, Professor Emerita Rutgers University, American Association for Ukrainian Studies, United States
  190. Maryna Skok, Academician of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, Kyiv, Ukraine
  191. Julianna Lozynsky
  192. Volodymyr Tarabara, Professor, Director, Center for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at Michigan State University, United States
  193. Eric Carlson, Montclair NJ, United States
  194. Dr Alex Krouglov, Associate Professor, SSEES, UCL, United Kingdom
  195. Ezra Getzler, Professor of Mathematics, Northwestern University, United States
  196. Serhy Yekelchyk, Professor, University of Victoria, Canada
  197. Hanna Protasova, MA candidate, University of Victoria, Canada
  198. Marko Robert Stech, Director of CIUS Press and Scholarly Publications, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Canada
  199. Alex Pryrodny, musician, NYC, United States
  200. Eduard Baidaus, Postdoctoral Fellow, HREC/CIUS, University of Alberta, Canada
  201. Peter Oppenheimer, Emeritus fellow, Christ Church, University of Oxford Exeter, and Research Associate, University of Oxford and LSE, United Kingdom
  202. Dr Tena Prelec, Research Fellow, University of Exeter, and Research Associate, University of Oxford and LSE, United Kingdom
  203. Slava Paperno, Russian language teacher, Ithaca, NY, United States
  204. Nora A Smith, retired senior lecturer, Boston University, United States
  205. Alisha Gajjar-Fleming, MA student, University of Victoria, Canada
  206. Christina Melnik, United States
  207. Nataliya Bezborodova, Lecturer, University of Alberta, Canada
  208. Kenneth Hurwitz, Anticorrption lawer, United States
  209. Mark Mansfield
  210. Bohdan Nebesio, Professor, Brock University, Canada

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