Volha Charnysh


Ph.D. Candidate in Government

Graduate Student Associate
population movements;
ethnic diversity;
European & post-Soviet politics;
identity and threat perception.
Current Project
“Long-term effects of migration: WWII displacement and attitudes toward EU Integration in Central and Eastern Europe”
Selected Publications

"Transnational networks and norm compliance: stopping executions in Belarus" in Capital Punishment: New Perspectives, ed. P. Hodgkinson (Ashgate, 2013).

“Nuclear Proliferation: History and Lessons” in Approaches to Peace (3rd ed.) ed. D. P. Barash (Oxford University Press, 2013).

“Identity mobilization in hybrid regimes: Language in Ukrainian politics,” Nationalities Papers 41, no. 1 (2013).

“Low Cost for Russia, High Cost for Democracy: Russian Military Bases in Authoritarian States,” Post-Soviet Post (Stanford University, 2012).