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Virtual Event | Marking One Year Since Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Feb 22, 2023
11:00am to 12:00pm


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February 24 will mark one year since Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. In the past few months, the lines of territorial control have remained mostly stable between Ukraine and Russia, as both countries have focused on reconstituting their forces. In response to the brutal invasion, the United States and its European allies have provided Ukraine with military, economic, and humanitarian support, which has contributed to Ukraine’s ability to stem Russian gains. As we enter the second year of the war, how might the strategies of the Russian and Ukrainian militaries evolve? Could political dynamics in the United States and Europe affect continued support for Ukraine?

On Wednesday, February 22, CNAS hosted a panel discussion with regional and defense experts who will examine the military state of play and the dynamics of Western support for Ukraine.


Featured Speakers:

The Military State of Play

Jeffrey Edmonds
Adjunct Senior Fellow, Transatlantic Security Program, CNAS
Senior Research Scientist, Russia Studies Program, Center for Naval Analyses

Shashank Joshi
Defence Editor
The Economist

Rob Lee
Senior Fellow, Eurasia Program
Foreign Policy Research Institute

The West’s Response

Steve Biegun
Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State

Kadri Liik
Senior Policy Fellow
European Council on Foreign Relations

Dr. Claudia Major
Head of the International Security Research Division
German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)

Moderated by:

Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor
Senior Fellow and Director, Transatlantic Security Program, CNAS
Former Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Russia and Eurasia, National Intelligence Council (NIC)