Russia’s War in Ukraine: Bracing for Long-term Competition

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Russia and Ukraine have been at odds since the end of the Soviet Union. Many Russians, especially President Putin, feel Ukraine should still be a part of their country due to a shared history and similar cultures. However, Ukraine treasures its sovereignty and has strived to balance historical ties with Russia with closer alignment to the West. Putin’s fateful February 2022 decision to wage war in Ukraine raises fundamental issues concerning limits to escalation, the meaning of victory, consequences and success of sanctions, and prospects for transformation of global politics, economics, and norms. Bring your own questions and join us for a thoughtful discussion with Professor Adam Stulberg, Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech, who will put the war in context and facilitate a conversation with the audience.

Admission is free.


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