Archive of Mitchell Polman

Mitchell Polman studied Soviet relations in Cold War times. He has worked as a public diplomacy consultant and often writes and blogs about issues related to Russia. On many occasions he has worked on elections observation missions for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) including as a long-term observer in both Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in 2010.

Mitchell has written 1 articles at Registan.

It Takes a Global Village to Raise a Region

by Mitchell Polman
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The Center for Strategic and International Studies held a speakers’ panel this week to discuss a recent report they produced last month entitled “The United States and Central Asia after 2014”, by CSIS Deputy Director and Fellow Jeffrey Mankoff. Basically speaking, given that the U.S. is withdrawing from Afghanistan the question for U.S. policymakers is […]

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