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The War in Ukraine, Maastricht

Maastricht
© Kevin Bergenhenegouwen / PDC
datum 29 september 2022 19:30 - 21:30
plaats Maastricht
locatie Bonnefantenstraat 2 Toon locatie
organisatie Universiteit Maastricht (UM)

Attention! the first lecture of this series (which was announced for September 22) has been moved to September 29. The dates on which the lectures in this series take place are therefore: Thursdays 29 September, 6 and 13 October.

On the 24th of February Russia invaded Ukraine. What was Putin’s motive to do this? How will the conflict develop and how can it be resolved? And finally, will the Ukrainians be able to fulfil the huge task of rebuilding their country and what role can be played by the EU and other international organisations? In this series Robert Serry will trace back the historical origins of the war, discuss possible scenarios for ending the war and look into the future of Ukraine.

Robert Serry was the first Netherlands Ambassador to Ukraine and has held senior positions with NATO and the UN in conflict management in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. He is chairman of the Dutch foundation OpenDoorUkraine.nl.

The individual lectures

Looking Back: How did the Unthinkable Happen and What are the Historical Origins of the Conflict? (29 Sept)

History in the Making: Possible Scenarios and Potential Negotiation Strategies for Ending the War (6 Oct)

Rebuilding Ukraine and the Key Role of the EU and other International Organisations (13 Oct)

More on UM and the war in Ukraine (in Dutch)

Photo UM homepage: Vadim Kovalev | Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 2.0

On the 24th of February Russia invaded Ukraine. What was Putin’s motive to do this? How will the conflict develop and how can it be resolved? And finally, will the Ukrainians be able to fulfil the huge task of rebuilding their country and what role can be played by the EU and other international organisations? In this series Robert Serry will trace back the historical origins of the war, discuss possible scenarios for ending the war and look into the future of Ukraine.

Robert Serry was the first Netherlands Ambassador to Ukraine and has held senior positions with NATO and the UN in conflict management in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. He is chairman of the Dutch foundation OpenDoorUkraine.nl.

The individual lectures

Looking Back: How did the Unthinkable Happen and What are the Historical Origins of the Conflict? (29 Sept)

History in the Making: Possible Scenarios and Potential Negotiation Strategies for Ending the War (6 Oct)

Rebuilding Ukraine and the Key Role of the EU and other International Organisations (13 Oct)

More on UM and the war in Ukraine (in Dutch)

Photo UM homepage: Vadim Kovalev | Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 2.0


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