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GSG Current Affairs Roundtable: Russia-Ukraine conflict and implications to the EU

When:Mo 21-02-2022 17:00 - 18:30
Where:Van Swinderen Huys + online

Address for live participants:
Van Swinderen Huys, Oude Boteringestraat 19, Groningen 

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- Max 100 spots available in the livestream meeting 
- The event will be recorded as well

The current conflict in Ukraine has created the most severe crisis between Russia and the West since the end of the Cold War. Ukraine’s fate hangs in the balance. Renewed international diplomacy strengthens hopes for a negotiated settlement, but the spectre of all-out war still looms large. This roundtable will bring together experts to discuss the current tension from different perspectives. Our speakers will cover the Russian and Ukraine position, as well as the role West in the conflict.

- Prof. Pavel Baev (the Peace Research Institute Oslo)
- Yaroslava Marusyk (University of Groningen)
- Tony van der Togt (the Clingendael Institute and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

- Prof Jaap de Wilde (University of Groningen)
- Dr. Agha Bayramov (University of Groningen)
- Tom Wagenmakers (University of Groningen)

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