Session 2

Wednesday (May 5):
10.00-11.30 AM EST

CHAIR

Henry E. Hale

(George Washington U, US)

hhale@gwu.edu

 

PAPERS

John O’Loughlin

(U of Colorado, US)

johno@colorado.edu

How Much Support Does Vladimir Putin Have in the ”Near Abroad’? 

Results of a 2020 Endorsement Experiment in 

Eleven Post-Soviet Countries and Territories

 

Elise Giuliano

(Columbia U, US)

eg599@columbia.edu

Ukrainian Public Opinion and Foreign Policy

 

Volodymyr Kulyk

(Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies, Ukraine)

v_kulyk@hotmail.com

Covid-19 and the Fluidity of Ukrainian Identity

 

Grigore Pop-Eleches

(Princeton U, US)

gpop@princeton.edu

Covid, Anxiety and Information

*co-authored with Bryn Rosenfeld (Cornell U, US), Graeme Robertson (UNC Chapel Hill),

and Samuel Greene (King’s College London, UK)

 

DISCUSSANT

Dominique Arel

(U of Ottawa, Canada)

darel@uottawa.ca

PANEL U6

How Do Exogenous Threats Shape

Identity and Attitudes?

Survey and Experimental Evidence from Ukraine

Wednesday May 5, 10.00-11.30 AM EST 

Ukraine