Posted on Sep 28, 2001

Robert Sharlet, Chauncey Winters Professor of
Political Science, has recently published “Putin and the Politics of Law
in Russia” as the lead article in Post-Soviet Affairs
(Vol. 17, No. 3, 2001) as well as “Russian
Constitutional Change: Proposed Power-Sharing Models,” a
chapter in International and National Law in Russia and Eastern Europe
ed. Roger Clark et. al. (Kluwer Law International 2001). During
the spring, he also presented a paper, “Russia in the Middle:
State-Building and the Rule of Law,” at a conference titled “A Decade
of Post-Communism” sponsored by the Fulbright Institute of
International Affairs at the University of Arkansas.