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Ukraine’s war, one year later (CSIS)

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It has been one year since Russia invaded Ukraine. But numerous questions remain. Where is the war headed? What are the prospects for a political settlement? What are the major military lessons of the war? What are China and other countries in the Indo-Pacific learning from the war? And what are the policy implications for the United States and its Western allies?
Please join the CSIS International Security Program online on Friday, February 17th at 10:00 AM ET for a discussion on the state of the war, major lessons, and future trajectory.
Seth G. Jones, Senior Vice President and Director of the International Security Program at CSIS, will be joined by Eliot A. Cohen, Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at CSIS; Emily Harding, Deputy Director and Senior Fellow in the International Security Program at CSIS; and the Honorable Michael Vickers, former Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and CIA operations officer.

Transatlantic Ties Transformed On Ukraine War Anniversary – OpEd (Eurasia Review)

How the War in Ukraine Ends (The New Yorker) v @LianaFix

1  año de guerra (Juan Luis Manfredi, El Independiente)

Ucrania, un año después (Gustavo Palomares, Huffington Post)

Investigating the war in Ukraine one year on (GIJN webinar)

Ukraine invasion reshaped global alliances, renewed fears (AP)

Putin’s Ukraine gamble seen as biggest threat to his rule (AP)

Biden in Poland for Ukraine war anniversary (FT)

There is no quick path to peace in Ukraine (Gideon Rachman, FT)


Cómo la guerra ha cambiado el mundo (Andrés Ortega, 

One year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (John Mersheimer)

One year later (David Owen)

On Ukraine front, civilians cling on as troops repel Russia (AP)

Ukraine’s war in The Washington Post 

Ukraine’s war in The New York Times

Ukraine’s war in The Atlantic

Ukraine’s war in The Financial Times

Lessons from Ukraine (Brookings)


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