Tuesday, October 22, 2013
His talk, which is sponsored by OU-C’s Cultural Committee, is free and open to the public.
Hudson specializes in Russian security issues as well as Russian-American relations and is currently conducting research on the U.S.-Russia-Georgia triangle of relations. He is editor of Soviet National Security Policy Under Perestroika, co-editor (with Joseph Kruzel) of American Defense Annual, 1985-86, and has written more than 90 articles, op-ed pieces and conference papers about Russia and the Soviet Union in books, journals and newspapers.
He is a retired professor of political science and director of the Russian and Central Eurasian Studies Program at Wittenberg University. Presently, Hudson is teaching a course on Russian politics in the Department of Political Science at Ohio State University and serves as a faculty affiliate of Ohio State’s Mershon Center for International Security Studies, with which he has long been associated.
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