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1946, as Russian Institute. Also referred to as W Averell Harriman Institute for Advanced Study of the Soviet Union; Averell Harriman Institute for Soviet Studies. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, 1992, expanded its focus to encompass all the states of the former Soviet empire and adopted the present name.
Carry out interdisciplinary study of the Russian empire, the Soviet bloc and the postcommunist states.
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