Atrocities in Ukraine: Legal, Political, and Historical Dimensions
The horrors revealed in Ukraine after the recent Russian withdrawal received harsh condemnation worldwide, prompting many world leaders to cry genocide and label Russian President Vladimir Putin a war criminal. Join the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the School of Modern Languages as they host a talk that will explore Ukraine's historical (and present) experience with atrocity, and what the actual and potential international responses to these atrocities could be, both legally and politically.
Mikulas Fabry, associate professor and director of undergraduate studies, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Brigitte Stepanov, assistant professor, School of Modern Languages
Vicki Birchfield, professor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and co-director, Center for European and Transatlantic Studies