Panel Discussion: Russia and Ukraine: Two Years On (Hybrid Event)

Pettengill Hall, Room G21
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a pivotal point of contemporary history. Writers and thinkers immediately recognized its impact on the global economy and its potential to upset the post-Cold War liberal order. 

As this conflict drags into its third year, how has this war changed the governments and societies in Ukraine and Russia? How has it altered our understandings of statecraft and military affairs? How does the continued conflict highlight resilience or weakness in both national and international orders? And, what do we think is likely to happen next?

The Department of Politics and the Program in European Studies, together with the Departments of German and Russian Studies, History, and Sociology are proud to host three distinguished scholars, who all have deep experience in the study of Russia, Ukraine, and armed conflict. We look forward to having them explain about how our understandings about the impact of the invasion have changed in the past year, and what we might expect in the future.  

This event will be offered in a hybrid format. Registration is not required for in-person attendance.
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