CERES Conference Ukraine, Russia and the West—The Way Forward

CERES Conference

Ukraine, Russia and the West—The Way Forward

November 10th
9:00 AM
Copley Formal Lounge

The purpose of this conference is to take stock of where we are in terms of Ukraine’s domestic situation, its relations with the West and with Russia and to discuss how the crisis might be dealt with going forward. The speakers will be a mixture of academics, think tank experts and government officials from the United States, Europe, Ukraine and Russia. The audience will be composed of Georgetown faculty and students, faculty from other local universities, experts from think tanks, representatives from a variety of U.S. governmental organizations and other interested individuals. The goal will be to stimulate a wide-ranging discussion that will have implications both for policy and for a future research agenda. 


November 10--Conference Schedule



9.15 Welcome


Professor James Reardon-Anderson, Interim Dean SFS


9.30-10.15 am


Opening Keynote—Where are we now?


Professor Stephen Kotkin, Princeton University


10.15 am-11.45 am


Panel One : The Domestic Scene-Politics, Economics and the Military


Chair: Dr. Keith Darden, American University


Dr. Andreas Umland, Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, Kyiv


Dr. Anders Aslund, Peterson Institute for International Economics


Dr. Olexyi Horan, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy




Luncheon Keynote


Eric Rubin, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Europe


1.30- 2.45


Panel Two—Ukraine’s Energy Options


Chair: Dr. Theresa Sabonis-Helf, National Defense University




Dr. Thane Gustafson, Georgetown University


Amb. Carlos Pascual, Columbia University


Dr. Edward Chow, CSIS


3.00-4.15 pm


Panel Three—Ukraine, the West and Russia


Chair: Dr. Angela Stent, Georgetown University


Dr. James Sherr, Chatham House


Robert Nurick. Atlantic Council


Maxim Trudolyubov, Woodrow Wilson Center

Monday, November 10, 2014 at 9:00am to 4:00pm

Copley Hall, Copley Formal Lounge
37th and O St., N.W., Washington

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Academic Events


Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies



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