Ukraine & Beyond: Reflections and Implications

Announcement Date: March 14, 2022

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A panel discussion hosted by School for International Training
Wednesday, March 23
Noon-1:30 pm EDT

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Members of the SIT community -- students, staff, faculty, alumni, and partner organizations -- are invited to join a timely panel discussion and conversation with SIT faculty and experts, Ukraine & Beyond: Reflections and Implications, on Wednesday, March 23, noon-1:30 p.m. (Eastern U.S.). The panel will be moderated by SIT Dean of Faculty Dr. Said Graiouid.

Discussion topics and panelists are:

Photo of Orli Fridman

Anti-war activism and engaged citizenship
Orli Fridman, PhD
Chair, SIT MA in Social Justice & Advocacy
Faculty, SIT MA in Peace & Justice Leadership
Academic Director, SIT Serbia, Bosnia & Kosovo: Peace & Conflict Studies in the Balkans

The future of global peace; multipolarity in the age of post-truth; and Ukraine as a case study of direct negotiation
Bruce Dayton, PhD
Chair, SIT MA programs in Diplomacy & International Relations and Peace & Justice Leadership
Director, SIT CONTACT program

Plausible scenarios of mid- and long-term impacts
Goran Jovanovic, PhD
Faculty, SIT MA in Diplomacy & International Relations
Academic Director, SIT Switzerland Banking, Finance & Social Responsibility

A South African perspective on a European conflict
Stewart Chirova
Program Director, SIT MA in Diplomacy & International Relations
Academic Director, SIT South Africa: Multiculturalism & Human Rights

Impacts of isolationism on trans-Atlantic relations
Tim Rivera
Affiliate, Transatlantic Policy Center, American University