Annual DInner - WEDNESDAY, June 8th, 6pm-8PM
Professor Thomas Remington
“What Does Russia Want in Ukraine?”
Thomas F. Remington is Visiting Professor of Government, Harvard University and Goodrich C. White Professor (Emeritus) of Political Science, Emory University. He is author of a number of books and articles dealing with Russian politics. His research focuses on the political economy of inequality in the United States, Russia and China. At Harvard he teaches a comparative seminar in the Government Department on the politics of economic inequality.
His talk will discuss Russia’s motivations for invading Ukraine, the current situation on the ground, and possible outcomes of the war.
Join Harvard friends from across southern Connecticut for the Harvard Club's Annual Dinner, our culminating event of the year. Taking place at the Ruutz-Rees Commons on the beautiful campus of Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, the Annual Dinner brings together Harvard's past, present and future:
- Alumni and guests from all schools and all years
- Recipients of the Harvard Club 2022 Summer Community Service Fellowships
- Newly admitted members of Harvard's Class of 2026
*$60 per person includes beer/wine cocktail hour, catered dinner, and dessert.
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