Writing. Convening. Teaching. Training. Modeling. Experimenting. Engaging. Across time zones and international boundaries, members of our community are at work. Our “Insights” gallery is a multimedia guide to intellectual life at the Davis Center.

Economist Sergei Guriev explores the links between Russia’s economic performance, regime legitimacy, different sorts of dictatorship, Western sanctions, and the country’s future.

The three-week residency allows a Georgian filmmaker to engage with the Harvard community in spring 2024. Application deadline is Dec. 15.

Each summer two students immerse themselves in the country through transformative eight-week internships. In 2023, they wrote about civic activism and NATO ties, while traveling from capital to coast to mountains.

With voters taking part in what could be the most consequential election in Poland’s modern history, Davis Center alum Mike Smeltzer explains the swift decline of democracy under the Law and Justice Party.

Had Moscow not used aggression, Ukrainian politics would have likely stayed divided between supporters of a pro-Western course and of closer ties with Russia, writes Tufts professor and Davis Center associate Oxana Shevel.

The Davis Center's Imperiia team is working with the Harvard Map Collection to study biodiversity and show why metadata is a scholar's best friend.

As ethnic Armenians flee Nagorno-Karabakh, the Caucasus region braces itself for more high-stakes contention over territory — this time involving both Turkey and Iran, writes REECA alum Joshua Kucera.

Harvard’s annual Global Studies Outreach workshop is a foundational part of the Davis Center’s outreach to middle school, high school, and community college educators.

Data from 30 years of U.N. votes show significantly more alignment with Sino-Russian policy positions than with those held by the U.S., writes Davis Center summer visiting scholar Dmitriy Nurullayev.