The Russian invasion of Ukraine is one of the bloodiest conflicts in Europe since World War II. It heralds a new era for Europe. What consequences does the war have for the future of European security? And what historical parallels can we draw? A conversation with historian prof Beatrice de Graaf (member of Security for Open Societies).
In cooperation with Utrecht Centre for Global Challenges/Contesting Governance and SIB Utrecht.
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Rethinking global power
In what way does the war in Ukraine change our understanding of geopolitical developments?