1. October 8, 2020, Simone Veil Talk at Jean Monnet Centre Montréal, “How the Left-Wing Parties in Post-Communist Europe Followed the EU’s Advice to Reform and Lost,” Montreal, Canada
  2. October 7, 2020, PPE Talk at Virginia Tech, “Has the Populist Right Replaced the Left? The Demise of the Center-Left and the Rise of the Populist Right in Postcommunist Europe,” Blacksburg, VA
  3. September 15, 2020, Kennan Institute’s and CEPA’s Virtual Panel, “Civic and Political Participation of Russian Youth,” Washington, DC
  4. July 30, 2020, The Atlantic Council’s Panel: “Khabarovsk Rising: Protests in Russia’s Far East,” Washington, DC
  5. June 26, 2020, Friends of European Russia Forum at the European Parliament, “Situation and Developments in Russia in the Run-Up to the Vote on Constitutional Amendments” Brussels, Belgium
  6. May 27, 2020, CEPA’s and Kennan Institute’s Virtual Panel, “Society’s View of Legal Protections in Russia,” Washington, DC
  7. May 12, 2020, CEPA’s Virtual Panel, “Oil, Guns, and Imperialism: Do Energy Prices Influence Russian Foreign Policy Behavior?” Washington, DC
  8. April 28, 2020, Heritage Foundation’s Virtual Panel, “WEBINAR: COVID Cover-Ups: Coronavirus Reporting in Iran, North Korea, and Russia,” Washington, DC
  9. April 16, 2020, CEPA’s Virtual Panel, “Society’s View of Doing Business in Russia,” Washington, DC
  10. April 15, 2020, FRF’s Virtual Panel, “Conceptualizing Malign Influence of Putin’s Russia in Europe,” Washington, DC
  11. March 6, 2020, The Johns Hopkins SAIS European and Eurasian Studies Program and the Foreign Policy Institute, “The Illiberal Thought Collective: Central Europe and Beyond,”  Washington, DC
  12. January 30, 2020, East Stratcom Task Force, “Disinfo Horizon: Responding to Future Threats,” Brussels, Belgium
  13. November 21, 2019, CSIS Transatlantic Forum on Russia, “Five Years After the Annexation of Crimea and Military Incursion into the Donbas: Where Does the Transatlantic Community Go from Here?,” Washington, DC
  14. May 2, 2019, Kennan Institute at Wilson Center, “Voting in Russia: A Regional Analysis,” Washington, DC
  15. November 16, 2018, The Atlantic Council’s Panel: “Understanding Russia’s Domestic Political Landscape,” Washington, DC
  16. October 18, 2018, The Atlantic Council’s Panel: “Frozen Conflicts and the Kremlin’s Agenda,” Washington, DC
  17. October 10, 2018, The Nemtsov Forum Panel Debate: “War as a New Reality – Russia and its Neighbors,” Prague, the Czech Republic
  18. May 21, 2018, The Carnegie Moscow Center Round Table: “The U.S., Europe, and Russia – Very Different Populisms,” Moscow, Russia
  19. January 23, 2018, The Harriman Institute and Columbia Journalism School Panel Debate: “When Are Journalists Foreign Agents?”, New York, NY
  20. January 23, 2018, Center for European Policy Analysis Panel Debate: “Putin 4.0: What Will the Future Bring?” Washington, DC
  21. October 10, 2017, The Nemtsov Forum Panel Debate: “Leaders in Society in Russian and Europe,” Berlin, Germany
  22. August 22, 2017, Network 20/20: “A Conversation with Maria Snegovaya,” New York, NY
  23. May 21, 2017, The Sakharov Center: “The Future of Putin’s Regime,” Moscow, Russia
  24. July 1, 2016, The Gaidar Fund and The Sakharov Center. “Winter is Coming: The Right Turn in World Politics,” Moscow, Russia
  25. May 4, 2016, Association of Schools of Political Studies of the Council of Europe: “The Re-Insurgence of the Radical Right in Europe and the United States,” Stockholm, Sweden
  26. April 11-12, 2016, Fundacji Batorego w Warszawie, “Russia: Conservative Revolution,” Warsaw, Poland
  27. January 22, 2016, Interdisciplinary Symposium “Technologies of Truth: Propaganda, Ideology, and the Modern State”, “Assessing Russia’s Propaganda Abroad,” Seton Hall University, NJ
  28. January 8, 2016, Svenska Bildningsförbundet, “Russia’s Next Generation: What’s Up?” Helsinki, Finland
  29. December 16, 2015, Center on Global Interests, “Russian Propaganda in the Ukrainian Conflict,” Washington, DC
  30. December 15, 2015, Center for Global Interests and the Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University SAIS, “Turkey-Russia Conflict: What’s Next?” Washington, DC
  31. October 19, 2015, Freedom House, Briefing on Russia’s Propaganda on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC
  32. September 9, 2015, The Gaidar Fund: “Temptation of Authoritarianism. How and Why People Abandon Freedom,” Moscow, Russia
  33. July 21, 2015, Kennan Institute at Wilson Center, “Intellectual Roots of Putin’s Nationalism and Ideology,” Washington, DC
  34. June 16, 2015, Center for Global Interests and the Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University SAIS, “Russia and its Northern Neighbors: Young Leaders on the Future of Baltic Security,” Washington, DC
  35. May 8, 2015, National Endowment for Democracy Talk, “Russian Civil Society in Authoritarian Media Environments,” Washington, DC
  36. September 18, 2014, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, “The Intellectual Roots of Putin’s Nationalism and Ideology,” Washington DC