The War in Ukraine, the Post-Cold War Order, and European Security | Discussion
Working Group on International History (German Historical Association), Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), the Association for Military History (AKM e.V.), and the German Historical Institute Washington (GHI)
DisciplinesHistory International relations Other Political science
Topics#SolidarityWithUkraine Russia-Ukraine war
Historians and experts of international relations, security studies, and foreign and security policy will discuss how Putin's war of aggression against Ukraine affects the post-Cold War order and European security.
The War in Ukraine, the Post-Cold War Order, and European Security - Online Panel Discussion
Vladimir Putin’s war of aggression against Ukraine has shaken Europe and the world. The unprovoked invasion of a sovereign state is a major breach of international law to which the United States, the European Union, and allied countries reacted by imposing wide-ranging economic sanctions. Are we entering a new phase of international instability in a multipolar world? What does it mean for our historical perspective that European affairs suddenly have become urgent again for the international order?
The panel discussion will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, March 29, 6-7pm Central European Time.
Panelists: Dr. Jonas J. Driedger (Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C.), Dr. Liana Fix (Koerber Foundation in Berlin), Dr. Katherine Kjellström Elgin (Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) in Washington, D.C.), and Prof. Kristina A. Spohr (London School of Economics and Political Science); Moderator: Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton (Brookings Institution/SAIS)