Katherine Foshko

INDIA-RUSSIA EXPERT

Katherine Foshko websiteKatherine previously did U.S.-Russian foreign policy research at the East-West Institute in New York and the Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.  She has a Ph.D., M.A. and M.S. in European History from Yale University and taught undergraduates at Yale, Skidmore College and Connecticut College.  Katherine has published articles on topics ranging from the Ukrainian election of 2010 to Russian émigré politics in France during the interwar era.  Katherine also holds degrees from Université de Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne (M.A. equivalent) and Harvard University (B.A.) in History and Slavic Studies.
Education

Ph.D., M.A. and M.S. in European History, Yale University

Expertise

India-Russia Studies

Last modified: December 8, 2017

Recent projects

Россия. Владивосток. 3 сентября 2016. Президент РФ Владимир Путин во время пресс-конференции по итогам встречи с президентом Южной Кореи Пак Кын Хе на II Восточном экономическом форуме на территории Дальневосточного федерального университета (ДВФУ) на острове Русский. Дмитрий Серебряков/фотохост-агентство ТАСС|Russia’s President Vladimir Putin speaks at a news conference following talks with South Korea'''s President Park Geun-hye at the 2016 Eastern Economic Forum at Far Eastern Federal University on Russky Island, Vladivostok, Russia, on September 3, 2016.Dmitry Serebryakov/TASS Host Photo Agency Courtesy: Eastern Economic Forum
29 September 2016 Gateway House

Eastern Economic Forum: India misses out

The Second Eastern Economic Forum, held last month in Russia, could have been a time for India to forge stronger trade links, but the governments of both countries have to be more supportive before this can happen.

India and Russia: a new Central Asian engagement Courtesy: PMO
8 February 2012 Gateway House

India and Russia: a new Central Asian engagement

India will do well to expand its positive and trust-laden cooperation with Russia in commerce, technology, and education, into a broader regional one, and establish a more meaningful presence in Central Asia. This will also assist in the future acquisition of energy resources in the region.
russia protests one Courtesy: VOA - Yuli Weeks/WikimediaCommons
7 February 2012 Gateway House

Russia’s growing nationalism

The India-Russia summit in 2011 was sandwiched chronologically between two events that received much greater exposure: the Gita scandal and the Russian protests. Is this a warning sign that Russia’s state-anointed xenophobia and nationalism could act as a dampener for the formerly solid Indo-Russian relationship?
russia india Courtesy: PMO
5 December 2011 Gateway House

India-Russia: Taking each other seriously

The India-Russia relationship has seen much progress over the past year - 30 MoU's were signed, two Russian nuclear reactors were set up in India and visa regimes have been eased considerably. But will this be enough to lift the relationship from the benign neglect of the past?