Dr. David McFadden, professor of history at Fairfield University and a top scholar in Russian and Ukrainian history and policies, doubts that economic sanctions will end the current crisis in Crimea and growing tensions between the two former Soviet nations. Dr. McFadden is co-author of The United States, Europe and Russia in the Baltic Region (Baltika, 2005).
Dr. McFadden was recently quoted in a report written by Lesley Clark and Kevin G. Hall. Click on the links below to read the articles.
Truth to Power: McClatchyDC
The Wichita Eagle
The Sacramento Bee
Kansas City Star
The Southland Times
Dr. McFadden holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley and a B.A. from the University of Denver. In 1998, he was Fulbright Scholar, lecturing on U.S. history and American studies at Herzen State Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg, Russia. He has led several educational study abroad programs there.
At Fairfield, Dr. McFadden teaches courses on American foreign policy, Russian history, culture and civilization, the Cold War, global humanitarian action and American studies.
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