Russia's War in Ukraine: The Implications, Aftermaths, and Possible End?
Paris, Friday, April 28, 2023 - 9:00 am to 6:00 pm CET
Location: Reid Hall, 4 rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris, France (campus of the American Graduate School in Paris)
** Conference will also be available on Zoom!**
Attendance is free and open to all. To register, please RSVP here
Join us for the AGS 17th International Graduate Student Conference on April 28th, 2023 for a full day of discussions related to global policy, world order, international relations, gender, energy & environmental policy, and art & culture, featuring participants from around the world!
**More panel details and times to come!
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has seemingly destroyed peace in Europe brought on by decades of carefully crafted security architecture, yet, has highlighted global solidarity for Ukrainians and arguably has pushed states to find innovative ways to overcome challenges emphasized by the conflict.
This cataclysmic historical moment seems to add fuel to the fire of a world already troubled with multiple monumental events happening at once. It is imperative that global citizens critically analyze not only the challenges brought on by an unsubstantiated war but potential successes that can be extracted upon further scrutiny. This is an opportunity to open dialogue and address the critical political, economic, and diplomatic implications of Russia’s unprovoked, unjustified, and brutal invasion of Ukraine. This conference seeks to discuss the outcomes, positive or negative, that have already occurred in the past and will occur in the upcoming, highly anticipated winter months, a season that is expected to expose the true winners and losers in international relations and global leadership. CIA Director William Burns described Putin as someone who “is betting now that he is going to be tougher than the Ukrainians, the Europeans, the Americans...”.
This conference seeks to analyze the numerous consequences and impacts, both positive and negative, as well as potential resolutions to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. This one-day in-person conference will bring together innovative thinkers including graduate, postgraduate, and senior undergraduate students, professionals, advocates, and global citizens to discuss a challenging and profound topic from varying vantage points - political, economic, social, cultural, legal, and philosophical.
For any questions about the conference and to RSVP, please contact Renée Stoute by email at firstname.lastname@example.org