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More than one year and a half after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, when emotional fatigue and disengagement may start showing up, Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) invites you to get stimulus for an informed debate about Ukraine’s future in Europe.
This book provides more than just an in-depth analysis. It is one of the first attempts to put the pieces of a comprehensive mosaic together.
The Russian aggression against Ukraine in February 2022 shook the world and caused immense suffering and destruction in the invaded country. Our ambition with the book ‘Europe and the war in Ukraine‘ is to track these developments concerning the key aspects of the war from a European perspective.
Chapters cover the background of Russian aggression, the role of the US, China and BRICS, the impact on the Ukrainian economy, society and politics, and sectoral questions like military capacities, gas and grain markets, media, as well as reconstruction.
Beyond the causes and consequences of the war, we explore how Europe, and more specifically, the EU, perform in the conflict, which will determine the future of our continent in many ways.
Welcome remarks by FEPS Secretary General and co-editor of the book, László Andor.
Introduction of the book by authors:
André Gerrits is a Professor of International Studies and Global Politics at Leiden University
Jack Thompson is a Lecturer in American Studies at the University of Amsterdam
Ireneusz Bil is the Chairman of the Amicus Europae Foundation
Andriy Korniychuk is FEPS Policy Analyst on International Relations
Questions and answers with the audience Closing remarks by FEPS Vice-President and co-editor of the book, Uwe Optenhögel.
Moderator Ania Skrzypek, FEPS Director for Research and Training.
London, UK (Hybrid)
Ukraine’s (post)war economy
Sustainability, international relations, and EU integration
‘SDG funding gap swells to $137trn’ New Policy Study from FEPS, together with Earth4All, to deliver a five-point plan for the SDGs.
by Edie 19/09/2023
The “SDGs for All” report emphasises that policymakers have the potential to significantly advance SDG implementation by the original 2030 deadline and beyond by enacting five “extraordinary turnarounds” that break away from current trends.
Un nuevo informe de prospectiva identifica las medidas políticas urgentes necesarias para volver a encarrilar los ODS
by Cope 14/09/2023
'New foresight report identifies urgent policy measures needed to get the SDGs back on track' Cope's article on the policy study 'SDGs for all: Strategic scenarios', published in collaboration with Earth4All
Ukrainian economy and society: whither the (postwar) country?
by Commons 16/06/2023
In Commons' article, Yuliya Yurchenko, co-author of FEPS’ book 'Europe and the war in Ukraine', outlines the consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine for the Ukrainian population and the plans needed for Ukraine's recovery.
Rebuilding Ukraine will require radical economic change
by openDemocracy 16/06/2023
In OpenDemocracy's article, Yuliya Yurchenko, co-author of FEPS’ book 'Europe and the war in Ukraine', outlines the consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine for the Ukrainian population and the plans needed for Ukraine's recovery.
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