Joint event by Invisible University for Ukraine (IUFU), The Department of International Relations (CEU), and National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.
Russia's war against Ukraine has not only brought immense destruction and human suffering, it has also destroyed key assumptions of Europe's security order, and has raised challenges reaching far beyond the confines of the European continent. This roundtable, organized in the framework of CEU's Invisible University for Ukraine, addresses the question how the contours of a new European security order might look like, and through which processes such a new order might be created. Roundtable speakers will address this theme through a series of reflections informed by a variety of perspectives rooted in approaches ranging from international relations theory and EU institutions, to civil society and international law.
Oleksandra Matviychuk, Center for Civil Liberties (Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2022)
Benjamin Tallis, Senior Research Fellow, German Council on Foreign Relations
Yevhen Hlibovytskyi, pro.mova
Judy Dempsey, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Europe
Xymena Kurowska, CEU