Post-Communist Systems in International Relations Section (POSTCOMM)

Welcome to POSTCOMM

The POSTCOMM Section seeks to identify international and domestic factors that have affected and will affect the relations of the United States and Canada with any or all of the states that have emerged from the former Soviet bloc and to foster discussion of these factors. The Section encourages and draws upon diverse methodologies, ranging from the strictly historical to the highly mathematical.


Gregory Gleason | Section Chair
April 2018 - March 2020
University of New Mexico

Andrei V. Korobkov | Section Program Chair
March 2019 - March 2020
Middle Tennessee State University

See Governance & Leadership

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