Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Russia’s War in Ukraine: The Humanitarian Crisis and Prospects for Resolution

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Russia’s War in Ukraine: The Humanitarian Crisis and Prospects for Resolution

March 09, 2022 | 11:00 am to 12:00 pm | Eurasia Program

About the Event

Russia’s unprovoked war in Ukraine is intensifying. The number of civilian casualties is increasing, and the need to deescalate is becoming more urgent.  To discuss the growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, and the possibility of resolution to the conflict, FPRI has assembled a panel of experts that will offer critical insight into the ongoing war.


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Speakers

Katia Glod

Katia Glod - Katia Glod is a nonresident fellow with CEPA’s Russia program. Glod is an independent analyst and political risk consultant based in London. She advises on the politics and economics of former Soviet countries. Glod worked as the Belarus representative of the European Endowment for Democracy in Minsk.

Gabriela Iveliz Rosa-Hernandez

Gabriela Iveliz Rosa-Hernandez - Gabriela Iveliz Rosa-Hernandez is a Fellow in Eurasia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

Eilish Hart

Eilish Hart - Eilish Hart is a Black Sea Fellow in the Eurasia Program at FPRI and the former editor of the BMB Ukraine Brief. She also works as news editor and translator for the Riga-based outlet Meduza, covering Russia and the former Soviet Union. Eilish holds an MA in European and Russian Affairs from the University of Toronto.

Indra Ekmanis

Indra Ekmanis - Indra Ekmanis is the Editor of FPRI's Baltic Bulletin, host of the Baltic Ways podcast, and a Baltic Sea Fellow in the Eurasia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

Maia Otarashvili

Maia Otarashvili - Maia Otarashvili is a Research Fellow and Deputy Director of the Eurasia Program.