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Ukraine’s fight for its independence: the past and the future

ONSDAG 13 APRIL, ONLINE

On 24 February 2022, Russia waged war on Ukraine. To make sense of the reasons leading to and the likely consequences of it, we suggest taking a look at the history of Ukraine and the history of relations between Russia and Ukraine.
What is the role of history in this war, and can history provide us with a better understanding of it? What are the main objectives Russia wants to achieve with its war, and what consequences will it have for long-term developments in Ukraine and Russia?

Date: 13 April
Time: 11:00-12:00
Place: Livestreamed webinar

Speakers:
Dr. Yuliya Yurchuk, Researcher in Ukrainian history, Södertorn University
Dr. Andreas Umland, Analyst, Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies (SCEEUS)
Dr. Alina Zubkovych, Researcher on contemporary Ukraine, President of Nordic Ukraine Forum

Moderator:
Dr. Karina Shyrokykh, Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Spokesperson at Nordic Ukraine Forum
The event is organised by ForumCiv and Nordic Ukraine Forum.

Ukraine’s fight for its independence: the past and the future
ONSDAG 13 APRIL
KL. 11:00
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