Session 7: Will the Outcome of the Ukrainian Crisis Determine a New Path for Europe and Beyond?
- How much has the European Order been challenged since the beginning of the crisis in Ukraine? Is there a way back?
- How much can the gap in leadership influence Europe’s re-evaluation of the collapse of the Soviet Union?
- Some authors have stated that Putin has effectively ended the most recent period of interregnum and inaugurated a new era in global politics. Do we know what this era will bring?
- What can we expect from NATO in the post-Wales era?
- To what extent is the Obama administration being “anti-realist” regarding the Ukraine crisis? Can we speak about the US as a partner in the Ukraine debacle?
Introductory address: Tim Judah‚ Balkans Correspondent, The Economist
Franco Frattini‚ Italian Supreme Administrative Court, Justice and Chamber President
Valbona Zeneli‚ Professor, Deputy Director, Program on Central and Southeast Europe, College of International and Security Studies, George C. Marshall Center
Žarko Puhovski‚ Professor, Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb
Dimitar Bechev‚ Senior Visiting Fellow at the European Institute, London School of Economics (LSE)
Dejan Anastasijević‚ Brussels correspondent, Tanjug News Service (Moderator)