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The 2015 Camden Conference is now on the web and on the air

The Camden Public Library participates in the Community Events series of the Camden Conference. We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Camden Conference, Russia Resurgent, is now available for viewing on the Camden Conference. Click HERE to view the proceedings.

In addition, the radio stations of Maine Public Broadcasting Network and Independent Community Radio WERU will be airing the talks in the coming days and weeks.

MPBN will air five talks from the 2015 Camden Conference, Russia Resurgent, on its 1:00 PM Speaking in Maine  ALL this week at 1 p.m.   Speaking in Maine is also archived on-line at MPBN.NET

  • MONDAY 3/9: Keynote speaker; Matthew Rojansky, Director of the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center.  His Topic:   “The Riddle inside the Enigma; Origins of Russian Conduct at Home and in the World.”
  • TUESDAY 3/10: Nina Tumarkin, Professor of History and Director of Russia Area Studies at Wellesley College, speaking on “History Matters, Politics of the Past in Putin’s Russia.”
  • WEDNESDAY 3/11: Steven Pifer; Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution.  His topic:  “Russia – Ukraine and the Broader Implications.
  • THURSDAY 3/12: Constanze Stelzenmüller, Robert Bosch Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution.  Her topic:  “Europe’s Russia Challenge”
  • FRIDAY  3/13: Thomas Graham, from the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University.  His Topic: “Rethinking US – Russian Relations”

WERU will begin broadcasting presentations from the Camden Conference on Tuesday, March 10 during drive time at 4-5 p.m. beginning with the keynote presentation by Matthew Rojansky, Director of the Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson Center, looks at Russia today with “The Riddle Inside the Enigma: Origins of Russian Conduct at Home and in the World.” These broadcasts will continue every Tuesday in March and possibly into April.

The Camden Conference
www.camdenconference.org
(207) 236-1034

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