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Richard Pipes

Richard Pipes

Richard Pipes, Professor of History at Harvard University for over 40 years, is one of the world's leading authorities on Soviet, Russian and Caucasian history. His expertise has led governments, organizations, and publications to seek out his advice.

In addition to being a senior professor at Harvard, Richard Pipes has served as Director of Harvard's Russian Reasearch Center (1968-73), as an expert for the Russian Constitutional Court (1992), as Director of the National Security Council's East European and Soviet Affairs team (1981-82), as a member of the State Department's Reagan Transition Team (1980), and as Chairman of the CIA's "Team B" to Review Strategic Intelligence Estimates (1976). He is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations.

Mr. Pipes is a member of the editorial boards of Strategic Review, Orbis, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, Continuity, Journal of Strategic Studies, East European Jewish Affairs, and Nuova Storia Contemporanea..

Richard Pipes is the author of 18 published books, the most recent being Communism: A Brief History (2001, Random House), Land-tenure in Pre-Roman Antiquity and its Political Consequences (2001, Coambridge, Mass.), Prosperity & Freedom (1999, Alfred A. Knopf), and Three "Whys" of the Russian Revolution (1996, Random House of Canada). His books have been published in 12 languages. Mr Pipes has also edited 6 books.

Recent articles by Richard Pipes

IN THE 'BORDERLAND'National ReviewDecember 27, 2004 VOL. LVI, NO. 24
GIVE THE CHECHENS A LAND OF THEIR OWNNew York TimesSeptember 9, 2004
FLIGHT FROM FREEDOMThe Moscow TimesJuly 6, 2004
Solzhenitsyn and the Jews, RevisitedNew RepublicNovember 25, 2002

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