As the world’s attention remains fixed on what's happing at the Ukraine-Russia border, hear from Kroc Institute peace studies alumni working in and around the region. They will discuss the roots of the current crisis and strategies to find a way forward.
- Anastasiya Leukhina (M.A. ’02), Trainer, Facilitator, and Consultant; Visiting Professor, Kyiv School of Economics, Kyiv, Ukraine
- Larisa Deriglazova (M.A. ’95), Professor of World Politics and Director of the Jean Monnet Center for European Studies, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia
- Kristina Hook (Ph.D. ’20), Assistant Professor of Conflict Management, School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding, and Development, Kennesaw State University
- Moderator: George A. Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies
This event will not be recorded.
Additional resources from panelists
From Anastasiya Leukhina:
From Larisa Deriglazova:
- Commentary for EUREN, February 4: Military build-up and diplomacy: Tensions in Russia-West relations
- From Russia in Global Affairs, December 13: Prosecution for Violations of International Humanitarian Law: Russia’s Position
- For The Wilson Center, December 9: The Soviet Union’s Demise As Seen by Today’s Russians
From Kristina Hook:
- From Small Wars & Insurgencies journal, co-authored with Richard Marcantonio (Ph.D. '21), September 2021: War-Related Environmental Crises in Ukraine: International and National Responses
- From Genocide Studies and Prevention journal, Oct. 2021: Pinpointing Patterns of Violence: Ukrainian Holodomor in Genocidal Perspective
- From The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, co-authored with Richard Marcantonio, October 2018: War-related environmental disaster in Ukraine
From George A. Lopez:
- February 9 Appearance on Democracy Now!
- From The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: How to mix sanctions and diplomacy to avert disaster in Ukraine
- January 21 op-ed at The Hill: As Russia braces for battle, sanctions can still be a deterrent