Fionna Hill, a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at the Brookings Institution, delivered a talk, “Whither Putin’s Russia,” on Thursday, December 2, 2004 in Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall on the Princeton University Campus. The lecture was co-sponsored by LISD and the Woodrow Wilson School.
Fionna Hill is a frequent commentator on Russian and Eurasian affairs, and has researched and published extensively on a diverse range of issues related to Russia, relations among the states of the former Soviet Union, the Caucasus region, Central Asia, ethno-political conflicts in Eurasia, and energy and strategic issues. Prior to joining The Brookings Institution, Hill was Director of Strategic Planning at the Eurasia Foundation in Washington, DC, from 1999-2000, and continues to serve as an advisor to the Foundation’s president. From 1994-1999, she was Associate Director of the Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project (SDI) at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government; and from 1991-1994, she was Director of Harvard’s project on Ethnic Conflict in the former Soviet Union, Coordinator of Harvard’s Trilateral Study on Japanese-Russian-U.S. Relations, and a Research Associate at the Kennedy School of Government.