Keith Darden

United States

Associate Professor, School of International Service, American University in Washington, DC.



Previous positions: Associate Professor at Yale-NUS College; Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Science at Yale University (for eleven years); Fellow of the Harvard Academy at Harvard University.

Research interests: nationalism, state-building, and the politics of Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia.

Selected publications: Resisting Occupation in Eurasia: Mass Schooling and the Formation of Durable National Loyalties (forthcoming from Cambridge University Press); Economic Liberalism and Its Rivals: The Formation of International Institutions Among the Post-Soviet States (2009). He has contributed articles on the crisis in Ukraine for Foreign Affairs, The New York Times, and Russia in Global Affairs.

Materials

Russian-American Relations: Exaggerated Threats
10.11.2017
In the current environment of Russian-American relations, several different types of threats are being conflated and exaggerated.  There is the threat of interference in each others domestic

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Keith Darden
Would the US South Kill Hopes for Trump and Sanders?
20.02.2016
Sanders’ socialist message carries a limited appeal in the conservative U.S. South, where Hillary Clinton is well-organized. As for Trump, his lack of religious piety would damage his appeal.

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Keith Darden