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RVL zum Ukraine-Krieg: Die Transatlantischen Beziehungen

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought war back to the center of Europe. So far, the EU and NATO have responded with surprising unity during the Ukraine war. But how long can this unity last and where is the potential for conflict?

The energy and economic consequences for Europeans are already enormous. At the same time, a cyberwar is raging that began long before the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24. Social media is playing an unprecedented role in assessing the war's outcome. At the same time, the Ukraine war has consequences for Europeans' relationship with other actors. Turkey or China are moving into a mediating role.

Will transatlantic relations be permanently revived and will the EU's Common Security Policy actually emerge stronger from this conflict in the end? What are the long-term strategic changes and what are the solution scenarios for the future of Ukraine? These and other questions will be addressed in the lecture series by CASSIS experts.
Time
Thursday, 23.06.2022 - 18:00 - 19:30
Event format
Event
Topic
Defense, Strategy, Russia, Ukraine
Target groups

All interested

Languages
German
Location
Hauptgebäude Universität Bonn, HS IX
Reservation
not required
Organizer
CASSIS
Contact
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