Lena Surzhko-Harned is an assistant professor of political science at Penn State Behrend. Harned’s research focuses on the field of Russian politics, Ukrainian politics, comparative politics, political behavior, European politics, and politics of the post-Soviet space.
Her co-authored book “Post-Soviet Legacies and Conflicting Values in Europe: Generation Why?” was published by Lexington Books Russian, Eurasian, and European Politics Series in December 2017 and examines the inter-generational conflict and its consequences in post-Soviet Ukraine and Russia.
Holy wars: How a cathedral of guns and glory symbolizes Putin’s Russia
from The Conversation March 2, 2022
In Kazakhstan, Russia follows a playbook it developed in Ukraine
from The Conversation January 7, 2022
Ukraine is taking a beating in the impeachment hearings – here’s what’s at stake
from The Conversation November 20, 2019
Ukraine’s President Zelensky may come to regret his discussion with President Trump
from Salon October 2, 2019
A comedian who played a president on TV just became Ukraine’s president
from The Conversation April 22, 2019
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