Drug Abuse in Russia: Scope, Trends, Implications, and Policy Responses
Dr. John Kramer
Distinguished Professor, Department of Political Science and International Affairs, University of Mary Washington
Director of the Eurasia Health Project, Center for Strategic & International Studies
John M. Kramer is Distinguished Professor, Department of Political Science and International Affairs, University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, Va. He also has served as a Visiting Professor of Strategy and Policy at the United States Naval War College, a Research Fellow, Russian Research Center, Harvard University, a Senior Fellow, National Defense University, and a Fulbright-Hayes Fellow in Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. He received his Ph.D in Political Science and Soviet Area Studies from the University of Virginia where he was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, a DuPont Fellow, and a University Fellow.
In 2002, the Virginia Social Science Association named him the “Outstanding Political Scientist of Virginia,” and in 2006, the University of Mary Washington named him the recipient of its Grellet C.Simpson Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. He has authored The Energy Gap in Eastern Europe (D.C.Heath, 1990) and numerous articles and professional papers on political life in Communist and Post-Communist polities in Europe.
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