WHO: Keith Darden, associate professor School of International Service, focuses on the politics of Russia and Eurasia with a particular emphasis on Ukraine.
Anton Fedyashin, executive director, Initiative for Russian Culture, and professor of history in the College of Arts & Sciences is an expert on Russian/Soviet and European history.
Moderated by School of International Service, dean James Goldgeier
WHAT: The Crisis in Ukraine
WHEN: February 27, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
WHERE: American University’s School of International Service Abramson Family Founders Room (Intersection of Nebraska and New Mexico Aves, NW). See map here
Event also available via live web stream
Media RSVPs are requested no later than Feb 27 at 11 am to J. Paul Johnson, American University Communication, 202-885-5943 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Washington, D.C. (February 26, 2014) -- How will the Ukraine emerge from its ongoing crisis?
Former president Yanukovych is on the run, Russia is ordering massive military drills, and the United States and Europe weigh their options. American University experts Keith Darden and Anton Fedyashin will discuss the current situation, possible outcomes, and the roles Russia, Europe and the United States could play.
Darden recently had opinion pieces in the International New York Times and Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog concerning the conflict in Ukraine.
Fedyashin has appeared on CNN International, CNN News Source, and was quoted by McClatchy.
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