As the world enters a new era after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Covid-19 pandemic is still upsetting our daily lives. And as 75% of EU citizens live in urban areas, cities are the most prominent stage both for responding to the health crisis, and for seizing opportunities to recover and move forward. In 2020, EU countries agreed to Next Generation EU, a €750 billion recovery package that represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity.
ISPI presents "The War and The World" a series on how the war in Ukraine changed it all. Eight keynote speakers in conversation with ISPI Executive Vice President Paolo Magri.
This event will be streamed live on April 4, from 16:00 to 16:30 CEST (English only).
This event will be streamed live on March 28, from 17:00 to 17:30 CET (English only).
While developments on the ground are rapidly evolving, what we have witnessed thus far in Ukraine is the coexistence of brutal military force and (unsuccessful) attempts to negotiate a ceasefire. What are the possible future scenarios and ways out of this conflict? What role should the EU and other actors such as China and Turkey play in facilitating a sustainable solution? Join us for a short dialogue with two of the most renowned experts on Russian-Western relations.
While Russia continues its full-scale invasion of Ukraine and sieges Kyiv, G7 leaders step up their response and launch further sanctions against Putin who has put himself "on wrong side of history".
This timely expert discussion addresses the consequences of Russia’s illegal action against Ukraine, its immediate neighbourhood and the broader world, and the way forward from here. How far could Putin go? How to better support Ukraine? What should European allies do to stop and deter continued Russian aggression?