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The Invasion of Ukraine

The Invasion of Ukraine: Causes and Consequences

This one-hour conversation features experts on international politics, international law and relations between Russia and Ukraine.

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The Invasion of Ukraine: Causes and Consequences

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08 Mar, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm AEDT

The Invasion of Ukraine

About the event

The Russian attack against Ukraine is one of the largest military operations in modern history. It has the potential to redraw not only borders in Europe, but may be the starting point for a transformation of the global order as we know it.

This webinar will analyse the motives behind Russia’s attack, investigate to what extent NATO expansion is a genuine concern for Russia and discuss the rules of international law that apply to its military operations. The panel will then explore what options the global community has in face of President Putin’s apparent willingness to disregard international rules and norms. Finally, panelists will address the geopolitical and economic consequences of this conflict for Ukraine, Russia itself, Europe and the world.

This one-hour conversation features experts on international politics, international law and relations between Russia and Ukraine.

Panellists:
  • Professor Theo Farrell, UOW
  • Associate Professor Emily Crawford, The University of Sydney Law School
  • Sonia Mycak, ANU

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