Resources on Ukraine

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Rapid Response: The Russian Invasion of Ukraine and the Consequences for NATO and the EU

Recorded Feb 28, 2022

Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, IES held a Rapid Response Event to discuss the immediate and long-term consequences of the invasion for NATO and the European Union. IES Director Jeroen Dewulf, IES Associate Director Akasemi Newsome, Sören Urbanksy, Head of Office of the German Historical Institute-Pacific Regional Office, and Zachary Shore, Professor of History at the Naval Postgraduate School and Senior Fellow at IES, analyzed the latest developments and took questions from the audience.

Ukraine: A Panel Discussion on Recent Events in Ukraine

Recorded March 2, 2022

The Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies at UC Berkeley invites you to join us for a panel discussion on recent events in Ukraine with Professor Steven Fish (Political Science, UC Berkeley), Professor Yuriy Gorodnichenko (Economics, UC Berkeley), and Dr. Edward Walker (ISEEES, UC Berkeley). Each speaker will deliver remarks on the current situation in Ukraine, which will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.

A Stable Peace in Ukraine May Come with Costs

Posted November 28, 2022

IES Senior Fellow Zachary Shore (Professor of History, Naval Postgraduate School) outlines four potential outcomes of the war in Ukraine in his piece for Discourse entitled "A Stable Peace in Ukraine May Come With Costs."

Analyse and Kritik Cover

Posted November 11, 2022

In his article in Analyse and Kritik, IES Senior Fellow Matthew Specter seeks to historicize both the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 and the debate on realism occasioned by Russian aggression in Ukraine since 2014. Read more