Russian War on Ukraine – What does it really mean for Canada, and Global Foreign Policy?

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On Feb 24th, 2022 Russia invaded Ukraine, ending a decade of uneasy tension in Eastern Europe, and changing the course of relations between the West and Russia. What does Russian war on Ukraine mean for global security and stability? Is it a destabilizing geopolitical threat that requires the world to act, and act now?  What role should the US, and to a lesser extent Canada take?  Or does North American intervention just ratchet things up even further? Join The School of Public Policy, the Center for Military, Security, and Strategic Studies and the Department of Political Science as our foreign policy experts shed some light on these issues.

Featured Panelists:

  • Dr. Maureen Hiebert, Graduate Program Director, Centre for Military, Security & Strategic Studies
  • Dr. Jean-Christophe Boucher, Assistant Professor, Political Science, The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary
  • Dr. Terry Terriff, Professor, Political Science, University of Calgary

Moderated by:

  • Dr. Erin Gibbs Van Brunschot, Director, Centre for Military and Strategic Studies (CMSS)


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