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March 29, 2022

Mia Bloom's new article "How fairy tales shape fighting spirit: Ukraine’s children hear bedtime stories of underdog heroes, while Russian children hear tales of magical success" published in The Conversation.

"The difference in traditional Russian and Ukrainian folklore might in part explain the difference between the Russian and Ukrainian armies’ performances".

March 10, 2022

The Ukrainian refugee crisis could last years – but host communities might not be prepared

Based on Minerva-funded research on host communities’ responses to refugees, it has been observed that patterns in attitudes change over time.

March 1, 2022

Minerva-funded researchers new publication, "Can BRICS De-dollarize the Global Financial System?"

Recent article, "Can BRICS De-dollarize the Global Financial System?" published by Cambridge University Press identifies and examines the de-dollarization pathways that BRICS countries, particularly Russia and China - have used to de-dollarize and avoid sanctions. Rising Power Alliances and the Threat of a Parallel Global Order

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Minerva-funded researchers "Untangle" the Web of Online Medical Distrust
By | Oct. 17, 2023
Why does online distrust (e.g., of medical expertise) continue to grow despite numerous mitigation efforts?
New Peer-Reviewed Article, "Leadership and performance in informal institutions: the internal dynamics of BRICS" from Minerva's Rising Power Alliances Project Team
By | Oct. 6, 2023
How does leadership affect the performance of informal institutions? Leadership in BRICS is particularly puzzling: this informal institution rapidly grows despite the disparate interests of its members, some of which are in longstanding conflict. This article examines how three forms of leadership – intellectual, entrepreneurial, and structural – affect institutional performance using BRICS cooperation data.

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