Perspectives on What’s Next in the War in Ukraine
Almost two years on, what are the prospects for a peaceful resolution to the war in Ukraine? Vladimir Putin remains committed to claiming large parts of the country permanently, while Ukraine — backed by allies including NATO — hopes to block further Russian advances and even regain lost territory. The coming year will be a pivotal one given the US election and increasing calls to reduce aid to Ukraine. Join a conversation among leading scholars on what’s next for the war-torn country, the role of Europe and the United States in shaping the ongoing conflict, and the likelihood of peace.
Opening remarks by:
Keren Yarhi-Milo, Dean and Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Relations, Columbia SIPA
Peter Clement, Visiting Senior Research Scholar in the Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia SIPA
Michael Desch, Packey J. Dee Professor of International Relations at the University of Notre Dame and Brian and Jeannelle Brady Family Director of the Notre Dame International Security Center
Charles Kupchan, Professor of International Affairs at Georgetown University in the Walsh School of Foreign Service and Department of Government
Jeffrey Sachs, University Professor and Director, Center for Sustainable Development, Columbia University